Drupal8

By yuseferi, 26 January, 2017

what is Heroku? It’s a service for developers eager to get their applications online without having to worry about infrastructure details. Metered, pay-as-you-go Cloud Computing services come in all kinds of flavors. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings like AWS allows enterprises to shift their entire operations away from traditional data centers. The downside is that you’ll have to manage networking and provisioning yourself.

By yuseferi, 16 December, 2016

We using Drupal 8 as headless ( Decoupled) core of  Zeyton project,we  setup Drupal at core.zeyton.com and that provides data for our Front-end Layer, One of our requirements is only admin could access the Drupal pages, I mean anonymous user couldn't surf Drupal pages So I suggest a plan to satisfy this requirement, my scenario  is when user try to access Drupals pages  we check user if  user is not logged on or current path is not our ENDPOINTS paths redirect user to  login page, In D

By yuseferi, 28 October, 2016

Just in case anyone is wondering what's the correct way to configure Nginx for running Drupal 8 installation, or having trouble with Clean URLs or Image styles, I'll post my config as a Gist here.

The Gist will be revised and improved over time, so please come and check for updates! Suggestions or thoughts are welcomed in comments.

Embedded code below:

By yuseferi, 11 October, 2016

There is a lot of literature about entities and their purpose in Drupal 7 context. Most of it has been adopted in Drupal 8 as well. In this post, I'll highlight the differences between D7 and D8 entities and how to use the entity API in 8.

Entities have their own classes in 8. Also, Drupal 8 introduces the concept of config entities. These are used to store user-created configuration if its more than a piece of text, boolean or integer. They differ from the usual entities in the following ways:

By yuseferi, 7 October, 2016

Much like previous versions of Drupal, version 8 of the CMS revolves around the concept of Entities. These are objects that have an ID, Language, Type, and Storage. Some optional properties are URLs, Bundles, and labels. They can be viewed, loaded, created, saved, and deleted, as well as have access permissions set for them. Most things in Drupal are entities, such as Users, Nodes, or Blocks.