Issue 266 - November, 17th 2016
This is a very good move for security on all of our Drupal 8 sites. "As a best practice, development tools should not be deployed on production sites. Accordingly, packaged Drupal 8 stable releases will no longer contain development PHP libraries, because development code is not guaranteed to be secure or stable for production."
This post is packed full of updates, be sure and check it out.
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If you are interested in style guides and Drupal 8 be sure to check out this post on the Four Kitchens blog by Randy Oest.
Twig debugging tips from Amy Vaillancourt-Sals on the ThinkShout blog. PHPStorm is used in these examples but I believe one could accomplish the same results with any editor that has Xdebug support.
A collection of Drupal 8 developer tutorials by John-Patrick Stacey.
This tutorial from Webwash takes a look at one of Display Suite's sub-modules, Display Suite Switch View Mode.
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This post describes how to use the the Mailchimp PHP library directly and not the Drupal module. It's a good example of using Composer to bring PHP libraries into your Drupal projects in Drupal 8.
In this post Greg Anderson shows us how we can add scripts to composer to do many handy things like running unit tests and code sniffing.
"Bear Skin 8.x is a clean, Pattern Lab integrated, prototyping ready Drupal theme. It comes bundled with Browsersync, regression testing, linting tasks and Bower plugins imports."
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