Forms are one of the primary means through which users interact with a web application. The Form API is how Drupal module developers create, update, and modify forms. Learn how to leverage the Form API in a custom module with this new batch of tutorials from Drupalize.Me.
We've got some new tutorials on Drupal 8 module development on the different kinds of menu links. We've also added a pair of tutorials on how to add an info file so that Drupal can recognize your module and how to define permissions for a module in Drupal 8. Our Drupal 8 Module Development Guide is ever-expanding; if you haven't checked it out lately, you might want to take a look. So far we've covered topics such as Plugins, Events, and Hooks as well as an assortment of other subjects.
We've been busy creating tutorials for you! Mostly we've been focusing on Drupal 8 module development, but we've also made updates to our Configuration Management and Drupal 8 Theming series. In addition, we have a fresh batch of Drupal 7 Hands-On Exercises using the Movie Project. Check out what we've published or updated in January and February of 2017.
When Drupal 8.1.0 was released it included some additions that broke our Get a Service from the Container tutorial in the Drupal 8 Module Development Essentials series. But don't worry, it's fixed now.
Posted on December 9, 2015 by William Hetherington
With the release of Drupal 8 comes a new way of making web requests, available via the Drupal::httpClient. This is simply a wrapper for the wonderful Guzzle HTTP Client. In this post, we'll take a look at how we can use the Drupal::httpClient class for making HTTP requests in a module.
This week on the podcast, Amber Matz chatted with Jesus Manuel Olivas about the Drupal Console project. What is Drupal Console? The Drupal Console is, at this time, a suite of tools that you run on a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation.
You want to learn HTML and CSS, or maybe you just need a refresher on the current state of web technology—where should you start? This is a question we get asked a lot at Drupalize.Me. Our theming and module development videos often assume that you're familiar with basic HTML and CSS, so here is a list of our favorite resources.