Several examples of cache behavior in different possible cases.
Twig Render This is a module that allows you to render fields and entities inside your Twig templates. In this article, we'll see an example of usage.
Implementing the Out of Stock feature in Drupal Commerce 2.x is easy. Unfortunately, you can't just enable this feature, because Commerce doesn't support it out of the box. You have to get your hands dirty and write some code.
Let's see how to loop through referenced entities like paragraphs and nodes.
Quick tip on how to set date fields programmatically in Drupal 8 and 9.
As of writing this blog post, the Menu Token module for Drupal 8 is still in the alpha version and it might not work in all cases. That's why having an alternative solution is great. The alternative to using the Menu Token module for Drupal 8 is to use Menu link plugins.
As this year draws to an end and another one is only 24 hours away, I reflect on the best things that happened to me.
Inline Twig template is a quick and easy way to use Twig syntax in render arrays. I usually use this render element type to add JS scripts to the <body> section of Drupal pages, but you can also use it in controller responses, custom blocks, and so on.
Adding automated tests to small or create-and-forget projects probably doesn't make sense. You will spend additional time writing those tests, and this will only increase the project's cost. And you will get almost nothing in return. But, if you are working on a project that will be maintained in the future and new features will be added on a regular basis, then you most certainly need to add automated tests.
The configuration API in Drupal 8 and 9 provides a central place for storing configuration data. This is the place where modules and themes can store their data. Let's see how you can delete this data.