Agaric is grateful to the Drupal community for all the effort poured into the amazing collaborative project. As part of giving back to it, we go to conferences to share with others what we have learned. These are some events where Agaric will be presenting this month.
During a migration, Drupal reads the data from an external source and creates content in our new Drupal Site. While doing that, Drupal executes all hooks and events related to creating the new content. So any implementations of
hook_entity_insert() are triggered for every new entity saved on our new site.
There are plenty of ways to create links when using Drupal 8 and I will share some of those ways in this post.
The easiest way to create internal links is using Link::createFromRoute
And it is used like this:
Plans for a new way of connecting students with their community
Problem: Schools and students are tradionally disconnected from their community and seldom do they work on interrelated projects that will benefit both the school and the people of the community.
Solution: Mentoring students to devlop free software, such as the Drupal content management system, will introduce students to the myriad of careers and skills necessary to build a successful web presence - cooperatively. A web presence is more than just a website and also includes items like video, audio, and content that is compelling. No longer are we limited to a brochure online type of approach. Engaging people is the name of the game now. Beyond a web presence, students will also be mentored in ways to engage their community in building platform tools owned by the community.
I’ve been working on open source projects for a long time and contributing to Drupal for 6 years now.
And I want to share my experience and the things that helped me contribute to Drupal.