This week's installment of the Working with Entities in Drupal 7 series picks up the work on our new custom entity to work on creating an administrative UI, then dive into more nitty gritty with the entity controller. We'll look at how you can override the default controller to gain more control over how your entity gets rendered, and to add some of our own tweaks to the save processing. We wrap this week up by making our entity fieldable by using bundles. This gives our entity a lot more flexibility for customization by giving it access to the Drupal field system.
- Provide an Admin UI for Your Entity
- Override the Entity Controller for Better Rendering and Saving
- Make your Entity Fieldable with Bundles
Next week, we'll extend beyond our work on fields integration, to working with Views integration, along with creating a better UI than have worked with so far.