Drupal 7 has a much longer lifespan than the (already pushed back) official date, and Drupal 8 has an essentially infinite lifespan because it can update in-place to Drupal 9 easily and the same will be true of Drupal 10, 11, ∞. There's no reason to rush an upgrade— but there's no reason to wait either.
In today’s article, we are presenting a reference of properties available in content entities provided by Drupal Commerce and some related contributed modules.
A reference of subfields provided by core and contributed modules to make writing Drupal migrations easier.
Today we will learn how to migrate addresses into Drupal. The address components can change per country, and the way to store those components also varies per country. These and other important considerations will be explained.
Sometimes it is necessary to add extra information in our entities in order to migrate the content to Drupal 8.
Drupal sanitizes the variables you pass in, but sometimes it's better to escape that.
Despite the challenges and setbacks we all experienced in 2018, we're grateful for what we accomplished and resolve to fight even harder for the free and open web in 2019.
A small function to change the maximum length of a field that already has data in it.
You can create a model dialog in your Drupal 8 website with the AJAX Form API.