You might ask me why don't I just use the Backup and Migrate module to back up my Drupal database and files, and my response would be why to use a module with around 200 issues and who knows how many lines of code when I can do it with a simple shell script in less than 15 lines of code.
In my previous article, I explained how to integrate the Facebook Pixel with a Drupal webform. I used the Simple Facebook Pixel module to send the purchase event to Facebook. In this article, we are going to see how to send the purchase event by using Google Tag Manager.
In this article, we are going to find out just how easy is to integrate the Facebook Pixel with a webform. This can be useful for example if you are using webforms for a quick checkout instead of using the full checkout flow that Drupal Commerce offers.
Entity Reference and Entity Reference Revisions fields are very similar, but the latter offers more flexibility when it comes to reverting to a previous revision in the case when you have a nested entity. Let's see the easiest way to migrate an existing Entity Reference field to an Entity Reference Revisions field.
Programmatically rendering a view with contextual filters is not something you need to do every day, but it's good to know that you can do it very easily. And you can do it in two different ways.
Pseudo fields are a special type of field that you can add to any content entity type. Let's see how to add this kind of field to the form and entity displays.
As 2020 draws to a close, it’s time for a traditional recap post where I reflect on the things that happened to me during the year.
A recent tweet by CHX got me thinking. Drupal 8 was released almost 5 years ago, and some things are still a mystery for a lot of developers, including me. Let's explore the various ways of updating field values in Drupal 8 and 9.
This website is rather simple and easy to use. That means that there isn't much to test, but having some sort of automated test coverage is giving me peace of mind that everything works as it should.
PHP 8 will be released in a little over three months, to be exact on November 26, 2020. It's a new major version of one of the most popular languages used in web development. Here are 4 cool new features that I can't wait to use in production.