Drupal 9 Module Development: Get up and running with building powerful Drupal modules and applications, 3rd Edition

Drupal 9 Module Development: Get up and running with building powerful Drupal modules and applications, 3rd Edition

English | 2020 | ISBN: 978-1800204621 | 626 Pages | PDF, EPUB | 22 MB

Build and extend flexible Drupal sites and applications with this up-to-date, expert guide to Drupal 9 module development With its latest release, Drupal 9, the popular open source CMS platform has been updated with new functionalities for building complex Drupal apps with ease. This third edition of the Drupal Module Development guide covers these new Drupal features, helping you to stay on top of code deprecations and the changing architecture with every release. The book starts by introducing you to the Drupal 9 architecture and its subsystems before showing you how to create your first module with basic functionality. You’ll explore the Drupal logging and mailing systems, learn how to output data using the theme layer, and work with menus and links programmatically. Once you’ve understood the different kinds of data storage, this Drupal guide will demonstrate how to create custom entities and field types and leverage the Database API for lower-level database queries. You’ll also learn how to introduce JavaScript into your module, work with various file systems, and ensure that your code works on multilingual sites. Finally, you’ll work with Views, create automated tests for your functionality, and write secure code. By the end of the book, you’ll have learned how to develop custom modules that can provide solutions to complex business problems, and who knows, maybe you’ll even contribute to the Drupal community! What you will learn
  • Develop custom Drupal 9 modules for your applications
  • Master different Drupal 9 subsystems and APIs
  • Model, store, manipulate, and process data for effective data management
  • Display data and content in a clean and secure way using the theme system
  • Test your business logic to prevent regression
  • Stay ahead of the curve and write PHP code by implementing best practices