Next week I’m attending DrupalCon Pittsburgh and I couldn’t be more excited. I’m arriving late on Friday night to attend a Drupal Association Board of Directors retreat over the weekend, and I’ll be staying an entire week to take in the ‘con.
New to Drupal 10.1 (coming this June) is a group of settings that will make Drupal front-enders' lives a lot easier (especially newbies). We can now control Twig caching (and disable render, and page caches) from the UI!
This was my very first time to MidCamp, and my first time to Chicago since DrupalCon in 2011.
Single directory components (SDC) is the biggest paradigm shift in Drupal since the introduction of Twig in 2013! At its core, SDC allows you to gather related files from a component (CSS, JS, Twig), and group them into one directory. SDC will automatically generate the library and load it when the component is called.
Last week, I launched the new version of my buddy’s website in Drupal 9, The Masters Lawn Care (aka TMLC). While this website sees magnitudes less traffic than the vast majority of Drupal sites on the web, I still consider it to be rather ambitious.
New for 2023 is the concept of “mini-sessions”! Mini-sessions are 5-15 minute practical talks on anything Drupal, or Drupal related. The keyword here is practical. We want attendees to be able to take away something from each and every mini-session.
Drupal 10 got two (somewhat late) Christmas presents committed over the past week! Huge thank you to all the contributors who made this happen!
Holy cow… Drupal 10. It seems somewhat unfathomable that it’s here. To celebrate, the Drupal community is hosting parties all around the world! For those of us who are too far to travel to one, we’re throwing an online party!
In this article, I’ll walk you through the steps of sending confirmation and rejection emails when a field is changed to indicate the session is accepted or rejected. We’ll also display a confirmation message to the user that emails have been sent out.
In this article, I’ll set up the ECA module, and then configure it to send an email when a user creates a session node.