Iceland Ascending: My Weekend at Drupal Camp Northern Lights

The weekend of February 24th I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at Drupal Camp Northern Lights, the inaugural Drupal camp in Iceland. The overall experience of the camp was exciting, informative, friendly and diverse. And with a tagline of “The Coolest Drupal Camp Ever” it lived up to it, both literally and figuratively. Let’s go through a timeline of events to show you how and why. Read More →

Creating AJAX Callback Commands in Drupal 8

Mike Miles will be speaking on AJAX Callback Commands at MidCamp 2016. Read on for a sneak preview of that talk. Article reposted with permission from Mike Miles.

One of the biggest benefits of the AJAX framework introduced in Drupal 7 were callback commands, functions which return a json object of commands to run for any AJAX request. Callback commands, like many things in Drupal, are extensible meaning you can create and invoke your own.

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How to Port a Module from Drupal 7 to 8

Drupal 8 is here and is quickly becoming the de facto version to use for Drupal projects. There is a big push by the Drupal community to get contribution modules ported to Drupal 8, the newest iteration of the Drupal open source platform. Let’s take a look at five big changes that a module needs to start making the move so you can prep for the upcoming sprint on January 30-31.

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