Drupal 9 Module Development

Námskeið T-430-TOVH      Þróun opins vefhugbúnaðar - Höfundar: Daniel Sipos, Antonio De Marco
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Drupal 9 Module Development

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  • Drupal 9 Module Development
  • Third Edition
  • Why subscribe?
  • Foreword
  • Contributors
  • About the author
  • About the reviewers
  • Packt is searching for authors like you
  • Preface
    • Who this book is for
    • What this book covers
    • To get the most out of this book
    • Download the example code files
    • Conventions used
    • Get in touch
    • Reviews
  • Chapter 1: Developing for Drupal 9
    • Introducing Drupal (for developers)
    • How did we get to Drupal 9?
    • Developing for Drupal
    • Technologies that drive Drupal
      • PHP
      • Databases and MySQL
      • The web server
      • Drupal architecture
      • Drupal's major subsystems
      • Tools for developing in Drupal
    • Summary
  • Chapter 2: Creating Your First Module
    • Creating a module
      • Your first hook implementation
      • Route and controller
      • Services
    • Using services in Drupal
      • Injecting the service into our Controller
      • Invoked Controllers
    • The Form API
      • Altering forms
      • Custom submit handlers
      • Rendering forms
      • Service dependencies
    • Blocks
      • Our first block plugin
      • Block configuration
    • Working with links
      • The URL
      • The link
      • Which way to link?
    • Event Dispatcher and redirects
      • Redirecting from a Controller
      • Redirecting from a subscriber
      • Dispatching events
    • Summary
  • Chapter 3: Logging and Mailing
    • Logging
      • The Drupal logging theory
      • Our own logger channel
      • Our own logger
      • Logging for Hello World
      • Logging recap
    • Mail API
      • The theory behind the Mail API
      • Implementing hook_mail()
      • Sending emails
      • Altering someone else's emails
      • Custom mail plugins
      • Mail API recap
    • Tokens
      • The Token API
      • Using tokens
      • Defining new tokens
      • Tokens recap
    • Summary
  • Chapter 4: Theming
    • Business logic versus presentation logic
    • Twig
    • Theme hooks
      • Theme hook suggestions
    • Render arrays
      • The structure of a render array
      • The render pipeline
    • Assets and libraries
      • Libraries
    • Common theme hooks
      • Lists
      • Links
      • Tables
    • Attributes
    • Layouts
      • Defining layouts
      • Rendering a layout
    • Theming our Hello World module
    • Summary
  • Chapter 5: Menus and Menu Links
    • The menu system
      • Menus
      • Menu links
      • MenuLink trees
    • Rendering menus
    • Working with menu links
      • Defining menu links
      • Manipulating menu links
    • Defining local tasks
    • Defining local actions
    • Defining contextual links
    • Summary
  • Chapter 6: Data Modeling and Storage
    • Different types of data storage
    • State API
    • TempStore
      • Private TempStore
      • Shared TempStore
      • Tempstore recap
    • UserData API
    • Configuration API
      • Introduction
      • Configuration storage
      • Configuration recap
    • Entities
      • Content versus configuration entity types
      • Entity type plugins
      • Fields
      • Entity types recap
    • TypedData
      • Why TypedData?
      • What is TypedData?
      • The low-level API
      • Content entities
      • TypedData recap
    • Interacting with the Entity API
      • Querying entities
      • Loading entities
      • Reading entities
      • Manipulating entities
      • Creating entities
      • Rendering content entities
      • Pseudo-fields
      • Entity validation
    • Summary
  • Chapter 7: Your Own Custom Entity and Plugin Types
    • Our custom content entity type
      • Entity updates
      • Our custom plugin type
      • Our custom configuration entity type
      • The Importer plugin
      • Content entity bundles
    • Our own Drush command
    • Summary
  • Chapter 8: The Database API
    • The Schema API
    • Running queries
      • Select queries
      • Pagers
      • Insert queries
      • Update queries
      • Delete queries
    • Transactions
    • Query alters
    • Update hooks
    • Post update hooks
    • Summary
  • Chapter 9: Custom Fields
    • A recap of Field type plugins
    • Field type
    • Field widget
    • Field formatter
    • Field settings
    • Using our custom field type as a base field
    • Summary
  • Chapter 10: Access Control
    • Introduction to the Drupal access system
      • Roles and permissions under the hood
      • Defining permissions
      • Checking the user credentials
    • Route access
      • Custom route access
      • Programmatically checking access on routes
      • Bonus – dynamic route options for access control
      • CSRF protection on routes
      • Altering routes
    • Entity access
      • Injecting services into Entity handlers
      • Entity access hooks
      • Field access
      • Entity access in routes
      • Node access grants
    • Block access
    • Summary
  • Chapter 11: Caching
    • Introduction to caching
    • Cacheability metadata
      • Cache tags
      • Cache contexts
      • Max-age
      • Using the cache metadata
    • Placeholders and lazy building
      • Lazy builders
    • Using the Cache API
      • Creating our own cache bin
    • Summary
  • Chapter 12: JavaScript and the Ajax API
    • JavaScript in Drupal
      • Drupal behaviors
      • Drupal settings
    • The Ajax API
      • Ajax links
      • Ajax in forms
    • The States (Form) system
    • Summary
  • Chapter 13: Internationalization and Languages
    • Introduction to the multilingual ecosystem
      • Language
      • Content translation
      • Configuration translation
      • Interface translation
    • Internationalization
    • Content entities and the Translation API
    • Summary
  • Chapter 14: Batches, Queues, and Cron
    • Batch-powered update hooks
    • Batch operations
      • Creating the batch
      • Batch operations
    • Cron
    • Queues
      • Introduction to the Queue API
      • Cron-based queues
      • Processing a queue programmatically
    • The Lock API
    • Summary
  • Chapter 15: Views
    • Entities in Views
    • Exposing custom data to Views
      • Views data
    • Custom Views field
      • Field configuration
    • Custom Views filter
    • Custom Views argument
    • Views theming
    • Views hooks
    • Summary
  • Chapter 16: Working with Files and Images
    • The filesystem
    • Stream wrappers
    • Managed versus unmanaged files
    • Using the File and Image fields
    • Working with managed files
      • Attaching managed files to entities
      • Helpful functions for dealing with managed files
      • Managed file uploads
    • Our own stream wrapper
    • Working with unmanaged files
    • Private filesystem
    • Images
      • Image toolkits
      • Image styles
      • Rendering images
    • Summary
  • Chapter 17: Automated Testing
    • Testing methodologies in Drupal 9
    • PHPUnit
    • Registering tests
    • Unit tests
      • Mocked dependencies
    • Kernel tests
      • TeamCleaner test
      • CsvImporter test
    • Functional tests
      • Configuration for Functional tests
      • Hello World page test
      • Hello World form test
    • Functional JavaScript tests
      • Time test
      • CsvImporter test
    • Summary
  • Chapter 18: Drupal Security
    • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
      • Sanitization methods in Drupal 9
      • Double escaping
    • SQL Injection
    • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    • Summary
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