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The Viemo field module will give a simple field that allows admin to add a viemo video to a content type or any other Drupal entity.
This is a proof of concept as well as an attempt to do away with requiring a password to login to your Drupal 8 (for now) websites.
What? No password? Then how am I going to login to my Drupal 8 website???
This module will take your registered email address instead of both email/username & password for login. Then, it will send you a one time login link to your registered email address. Once you use that link, you do not need to login again until you logout! Simple?
I am planing to roll out a stable release in a week of this writing.
Your client wants some data in Drupal, not really what you'd call content, and perhaps it doesn't live canonically in Drupal. You're not sure how this will go, but you know that you want entity and field configuration separate from your main content model.
Maybe that's all you want - just a custom entity - maybe that's all this module will do!
But maybe also you want:
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If you're familiar with the Urban Hipster Drupal Commerce demo site, you may have come across the UH+ Axe product page and wondered how it was built. Well, today I'll give you a bit of a technical demonstration on how it was created, what modules were used, and some of the custom work that went into it.
The Urban Hipster Drupal Commerce 2 demo site showcases what the Commerce 2 module can do basically out-of-the-box, with added theming and configuration. The product pages within the demo are setup in a way that rivals any other ecommerce platforms, and this suits most ecommerce store owners who want to show a whole bunch of different products in a familiar way.
However, there are cases where you might want a fully custom product page that is an experience all in itself. Apple is a good example of this. Viewing an iPhone on the Apple website isn't just a cookie-cutter product page, it's full of content and rich graphical elements. The page itself is a powerful marketing piece. The Apple website wasn't built on Drupal, but the flexibility that is the Drupal platform allows us to do much more than just the standard. The UH+ Axe "builder" type of product page was created to show just that, how you can push the boundaries with your Drupal Commerce product pages.
- High Five: Digital Products and Recurring Subscriptions in Drupal Commerce 2
- High Five: Introducing the Urban Hipster Demo for Drupal Commerce 2
- Drupal Commerce: A Technical Overview
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For the past two minor release Drupal core upgrades, I've had major problems trying to get some of my Composer-based Drupal codebases upgraded. For both 8.3.x to 8.4.0, and now 8.4.x to 8.5.0, I've had the following issue:
- I have the version constraint for drupal/core set to ~8.0 or ~8.4 in my composer.json.
- I run composer update drupal/core --with-dependencies (as recommended in Drupal.org's Composer documentation).
- Composer does its thing.
- A few things get updated... but not drupal/core. It remains stubbornly on the previous minor release.
Looking around the web, it seems this is a very common problem, and a lot of people soon go for the nuclear (or thermonuclear1) option: