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Andrew M Riley
Advanced Debugging Techniques for PHP
Debugging is an essential part of any developer’s development process. Most of us are familiar with the Xdebug debugger, but there are also a handful...
Using JSON Web Tokens (JWT) to Authenticate Requests to REST Resources in Drupal 8
Overview JSON Web Tokens (JWT) are an open, industry standard RFC 7519 to represent a set of information securely between two parties. JWTs are...
Using Normalizers to Alter REST JSON Structure in Drupal 8
Overview Drupal 8 core provides for solid REST capabilities out-of-the-box, which is great for integrating with a web service or allowing a third-...
Loading and Rendering Modal Forms in Drupal 8
Modal dialogs are great and provide a great experience for the end user - they allow for quick display of content in an overlay without navigating to...
GraphQL Meets Drupal
Web applications today have many things in common, but at the core, there is only one thing that drives these applications - a thirst for data. The...
Ramping Up with the AMP Module in Drupal 8
By now, you should have heard about the latest buzz that is Google AMP - but if not, check out our previous introductory post to learn about the benefits (and potential pitfalls).
AMP’lify Your Website: Google AMP 101
Google just recently released a new open-source initiative called the Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project . The AMP project aims to...