This training will show how to dynamically produce an always up-to-date style guide that works with the Drupal 8 template system. This training will show how to dynamically produce an always up-to-date style guide that works with the Drupal 8 template system.
Drupal is an extremely flexible system. To achieve this, various layers of abstractions were built into it. A lot of concepts were created to explain these abstractions. Unfortunately, they are not always intuitive. For example, the ubiquitous word 'node' does not represent a point in a network nor a server side programming language.
Learning the basic building blocks for assembling a Drupal site and how they relate to each other is useful to start building sites having a broad overview of the system.
Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions?
We’ve all been there. You’re a site builder, and you were just shown a new design for article nodes. Within the post, you see a visually compelling tapestry of mixed media: text, photo slideshows, columns, dynamic lists, and even full-width photos.
The client will love it, but how do you give so much editing power to the end-user without writing custom code for each new post? The answer, my friends, is Paragraphs.