The configuration API in Drupal 8 provides a central place for modules to store configuration data.
In Drupal 8, there are several types of information:
By default, configuration information in Drupal 8 is stored in the database.
Drupal 8's configuration system handles configuration in a unified manner. By default, Drupal stores configuration data in the database, but
Drupal 8 includes support for a Kwalify (http://www.kuwata-lab.com/kwalify/) inspired schema/metadata language for configuration YAML files.
Configuration entities may declare dependencies. A dependency can be a module, a theme or an entity.
This page provides an example of how to create a configuration entity type, with administration management pages, for Drupal 8. For an
This page describes the API for getting and setting configuration data, for Simple Configuration. (This is not for information stored in
Use $config in Form Context