Block API in Drupal 8


Blocks in Drupal 8 are actually made up of two separate API structures to create a user experience similar to what Drupal has maintained in past iterations. These two APIs are the Block Plugin API, which is a stand-alone reusable API and the Block Entity API which is a Drupal 8 specific use case of block placement and visibility control.

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Known issues when upgrading a from Drupal 6 or to Drupal 8

The following is a list of various items that may require special attention when migrating from Drupal 6 and 7 to Drupal 8.

Converting D7 SimpleTests to Drupal 8

Some notes on converting Drupal 7 SimpleTest-based tests to Drupal 8.

Directories and Namespaces

In Drupal 7, SimpleTest-based tests are in the modulename.test file. This file is expected to contain all test classes. There are no unique namespaces.

Drupal 8 uses namespaced classes to organize code and enable PSR-0/PSR-4 autoloading.

Your test should be in a Tests namespaces that parallels other namespaced code in your module or project.

Custom Pages In Drupal 8

Morning All --

I'm not seeing a way to administer custom pages in Drupal 8. I see that a page can be created when you create a new view. What I'm not finding that I expected to though is the ability to see a list of all my custom pages and edit the layout and content of each.

Is it there and I'm just missing it?

Any help and/or guidance would be appreciated.

Thank you!


Create a custom content and configuration entity

This explains how to create a node-like entity in Drupal 8. That means that we'll create one configuration entity(FooType) which will serve as type or bundle for our second entity(Foo) which is a content entity and will represent the node itself. The content entity will also support revisions and translations(not yet tested).

2015-04-29 WARNING: This page is more than "needs updating" : most of its content is obsolete, since entity definitions are now provided using annotations-based plugins, the schema is no longer created manually using hook_schema(), permissions are now defined in <module>.permissions.yml, some global scope functions in the examples have been removed, and the <module>.routing.yml format has changed a bit too.


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