If you are starting to learn about Drupal 8, you must have come across a term called "Dependency Injection". If you are wondering what it means, then this is the post you should read. Through examples, you will learn why dependency injection is useful for decoupling the code as well as unit testing effectively.
In a large website with many nodes, stop using the node_load_multiple function. It potentially limits the site growing.
According to the document: "This function should be used whenever you need to load more than one node from the database." But, I want to say that we should avoid using this function as this open the door to system crash in the future.
If you are starting to learn Drupal 8, you are probably overwhelmed by the number of blog posts that offer free tutorials on different aspects of Drupal 8. The only way to find all these tutorials is to search online. In this post, we have created an exhaustive list of the free resources online for mastering Drupal 8, organized by categories. Use these links as a reference when starting on your next Drupal 8 learning expedition.
In this week’s REST Easy tutorial, we tackle the process of adding entity references to your API endpoints. Entity references create relationships between two separate data structures in Drupal. Exposing that link within your API is critical to providing a comprehensive content model.