Our presentations at Drupal Dev Days Seville

Andrea Pescetti
30 Mar 2017
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Andrea Pescetti
30 Mar 2017
2 Comments
Andrea Pescetti, 30 Mar 2017 - 2 Comments

Our presentations at Drupal Dev Days Seville

New directions for Config Split and UI Patterns

Last week we attended and sponsored the Drupal Developer Days in Seville where we also had two well attended sessions. Introducing the UI Patterns module: use atomic UI components everywhere in Drupal 8 and Advanced Configuration Management with Config Split et al. attached here are the promised slides, as well as a few updates about the modules.

What's new in Config Split

Drush

As we posted about before, drush supports the Config Split workflow since 8.1.10. In the next version drush will drop the support for its --skip-modules flag and people using it should upgrade to using Config Split.

Split Storage in Database

Previous versions of Config Split allowed to set an empty split folder which resulted in the configuration to be lost. To avoid saving the configuration into files under version control one would therefore have to set up a temporary directory and save the split there. But with the last development release a separate database storage is used when not specifying a split folder. This allows configuration to be "stashed" in the database for a deployment. A specific export first is still and will always be necessary by design.

What's new in UI Patterns

Following a productive BOF meeting at DDD, it was decided to move everything that concerns defining and displaying patterns locally into a separate module.

This will allow for a better and more solid architecture: the main UI Patterns module will be solely responsible to provide plugins and other glue code: it will then be responsibility of modules implementing component library integrations to expose their components using pattern derivers.

Discussion is ongoing at https://github.com/nuvoleweb/ui_patterns/issues/86 and more generic future plans are being dicussed at https://github.com/nuvoleweb/ui_patterns/issues/76



presentation-ui_patterns.pdf (3.36 MB)Download
presentation-config_split.pdf (802.59 KB)Download

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Manu manu
6 Apr 2017

Thanks so much for the slides, highly interesting, especially for those like me witch didn't had the chance to participate to devdays (this time).

Thanks so much for the slides, highly interesting, especially for those like me witch didn't had the chance to participate to devdays (this time).

Manu manu, 6 Apr 2017

Thanks so much for the slides, highly interesting, especially for those like me witch didn't had the chance to participate to devdays (this time).

Manu manu, 6 Apr 2017
Ashey Marsh
7 Apr 2017

Thanks for sharing these pdf ....really great UI patterns ...really appreciable ....https://maansoftwares.com/services/drupal-development

Thanks for sharing these pdf ....really great UI patterns ...really appreciable ....https://maansoftwares.com/services/drupal-development

Ashey Marsh, 7 Apr 2017

Thanks for sharing these pdf ....really great UI patterns ...really appreciable ....https://maansoftwares.com/services/drupal-development

Ashey Marsh, 7 Apr 2017

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