In this episode, you will learn how to create pages for your content lists in Gatsby. You will learn about the gatsby-awesome-pagination plugin and how it can be installed and configured on your Gatsby site to create pages of content. You will also learn how to break your pager off into a separate reusable component so it can be added in multiple places throughout your Gatsby site.
In the last episode you learned how to your previously created Gatsby site with Drupal content and to Netlify. In this episode, you learn how to use the Drupal 8 Build Hooks module to trigger automatic rebuilds on your Netlify website. You will learn how to trigger a rebuild when content is saved, when Drupal cron runs, or upon manual request from within your Drupal website.
In this episode, you will learn how to take your previously created Gatsby site with Drupal content and deploy it to Netlify. Netlify is a great hosting service that allows you to get started hosting your Gatsby site for free. It also provides automated build tools that will build a production version of your Gatsby site from a Git repository.
In this episode, you will learn how to set up Gatsby Live Preview with Drupal on a local development environment. We will walk through how to install and configure the Gatsby Drupal module as well as how to get the module talking to your Gatsby development site. Using this combination, you will be able to immediately preview your content on your Gatsby site after editing the content on your Drupal site, all within your local development environment.
In this episode, you will learn how to set up Gatsby Live Preview with Drupal using Gatsby Cloud. We will walk through how to install and configure the Gatsby Drupal module as well as how to get your Gatsby site working in Gatsby cloud. Using this combination, you will be able to immediately preview your content on your Gatsby site after editing the content on your Drupal site.
The Drupal 8 Override Node Options module is a simple module that allows you to set who can edit specific node options when creating or editing nodes. This includes things such as the published checkbox, sticky checkbox, promoted to frontpage checkbox, revision information, and authoring information. This is a useful module for building out a more complex content workflow or perhaps just simplifying the content editing experience on your Drupal 8 site by hiding unneeded node options.
The Drupal 8 View Unpublished module is a simple module that provides you a permission to allow specific roles to view unpublished content. It’s a useful module to help you build out your content editor workflows on your Drupal 8 website.
The Drupal 8 Publish Content module is a simple module that provides you additional permissions to allow users to publish or unpublish content without having to give the user the ability to administer all the content on your site. This module is a lightweight solution to help you build out your content management workflow on your Drupal 8 site.
The module also adds some additional features such as:
The Drupal 8 SVG Image module changes the image field widget to allow for SVG images to be uploaded on your Drupal 8 website. This module also allows you to set the width and height of the image as well as choose if the image should be displayed as an or tag.
The Drupal 8 Menu Item Extras module brings the power of fields to the Drupal menu system. By default, menu items are not fieldable. This means if you needed to add additional information to a menu item, you can’t do it with out of the box Drupal.
This Menu Item Extras module makes it easy to add fields to your menu items as well as customize the view and form display (just like you can on other entities). By using this module you can do things such as: