Mannequin is a brand new Component theming tool created by Last Call Media to enable rapid and bulletproof Drupal theming. Conceptually, it's similar to Pattern Lab, but it's built for easy integration with existing templates living in your application without a lot of extra wiring.
In this age of high-throughput technology and big-data needs, science research groups need to build efficient communications portals for both internal laboratory needs as well as communicating findings to the public. There have been a few research science-based sessions made at past BADCAMP gatherings. I would like to present some of my experiences with agricultural research and highlight a development effort using the Drupal project module named Tripal for exploring genomes. I would welcome other scientists to participate in demonstrating other Drupal-based science modules.
In this talk, We go to speak about what's the benefits to use Events/Subscribers instead hooks.
If you want to know how to extend your code using OOP this talk if for you
Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY) is a common coding mantra and copying & pasting markup across templates bums me out. Fortunately Twig offers a variety of tools for reusing templates so we don't need to mess with that. From one template you can include, extend, import and even use other templates. The differences in these tools are subtle. Should you include or extend? What makes imports useful? What's difference between a block and a macro. We'll answer those questions.
React is such a hot topic right meow! What REALLY happens when you begin developing your React app alongside Drupal? Is it all sunshine and rainbows? Are you questioning your existence? Where do you fit webpack into all of this? Where does your code live? WHY ARE THERE SO MANY QUESTIONS!??!
I am absolutely happy to go over my experiences developing React apps that are baked inside Drupal. Because live demos go well every single time, I will change it up a bit and come prepared with plenty of slides of use cases.
This session is for you if...
From personal assistants to chatbots, to conversational devices in the home, voice user interfaces that make tasks easier, faster, or more fun are quickly finding ways into our daily lives. New Developer APIs and SDKs for voice-enabled services are being released more and more frequently, providing new opportunities for developers to learn new skills and companies to find new ways for customers to interact with their products and services. But these technologies are very much a new horizon in human-computer interaction and there is a lot to learn.