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OpenDrupal Drupal 8 module development course materials

Develop your own Drupal modules. Learn fundamental concepts and major patterns of the Drupal 8 API.

View the slides on-line at https://opendrupal.github.io/opendrupal-drupal-module-development

General info about these materials: https://opendrupal.org/materials/drupal-module-development

These materials are part of the OpenDrupal curriculum.

Lessons

Directory: /lesson-...

The slides and exercises that make up this course.

Example code

Directory: /result

Contains fully working code examples of complete exercises.

Slide foundation

Directory: /slide-foundation

No course specific materials here. This contains the the reveal.js framework and styling for the slides of this course.

License

Open Drupal materials, such as slides and exercises, are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 license (CC BY-SA 4.0). You are free to share and adapt these materials.

Any included software packages, such as Drupal and Reveal.js, are licenced under their respective license. Example code developed for Drupal (e.g. modules, themes, profiles) inherit the Drupal license.

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