A few weeks ago I bought myself a Rubik’s cube and I’ve been fascinated by it since then. Because of this, (and maybe because I’m a developer as well) I wanted to create a tool to render the magical Rubik’s cube as an SVG image 🤓.
April 2022 marked the first Drupal Dev Days conference since the pandemic started. I was really excited to give a session about GitHub actions.
Continuous integration (CI) is the practice of automating the integration of code changes from multiple contributors into a single software project. Allowing developers to frequently merge code changes into a central repository where builds and tests are run.
Without further ado, these are the resources I had prepared:
Recently stumbled upon custom web components. Although I’m a long time developer, I did not know of their existence 🙈. They basically allow you to create your own HTML tags.
I read some documentation to get me going, and this was the result, my very own custom HTML tag:
It even supports horizontal and vertical flipping:
Or have the card show the back by default:
You can find some examples and the source on my GitHub. Feel free to fork and adjust it, but give it a ⭐️ when you do. Thanks!
Last year I gave a developer driven session about Commerce 2.x on Drupalcon Amsterdam 2019. To this day, the session is still very much applicable and could help out anyone who is in need of customizing their Commerce store. For those who missed out, just re-watch the recorded session