In the next few weeks, Mauricio Dinarte (dinarcon on drupal.org) will be traveling to deliver his expertise to multiple Drupal events in Europe and America. He is on a mission to continue sharing the knowledge gained from many years as an active member of the Drupal community. Over the last few years he has presented numerous sessions and full day trainings at more than 18 Drupal camp— so you may have been at one of his presentations about Drupal basic concepts, twig recipes, or D8 migrations!
Last week we were asked to disable the "threads" in the comments and display them as a plain list in one of our projects, so checking in the Comment field settings we found an option which says:
"Threading: Show comment replies in a threaded list."
Agaric is grateful to the Drupal community for all the effort poured into the amazing collaborative project. As part of giving back to it, we go to conferences to share with others what we have learned. These are some events where Agaric will be presenting this month.
During a migration, Drupal reads the data from an external source and creates content in our new Drupal Site. While doing that, Drupal executes all hooks and events related to creating the new content. So any implementations of
hook_entity_insert() are triggered for every new entity saved on our new site.
There are plenty of ways to create links when using Drupal 8 and I will share some of those ways in this post.
The easiest way to create internal links is using Link::createFromRoute
And it is used like this: