Drupal 8 User Guide: 6.3. Adding Basic Fields to a Content Type

Drupal 8 User Guide: 6.3. Adding Basic Fields to a Content Type

Adding Basic Fields to a Content Type with Amber Matz In this tutorial we’ll walk through the process of adding basic fields to a content type. By the end of this tutorial, you will understand how to add a link field and an image field to the Vendor content type. To follow along, you should

Character arrays and pointers – part 1

Character arrays and pointers – part 1

In our lessons so far, we have seen how the concepts of arrays and pointers go together. Now, in this lesson, we are going to talk about character arrays, how we can work with character arrays using pointers Now, when we talk about character arrays in c we basically want to talk about strings strings

Introducing Firebase Test Lab

Introducing Firebase Test Lab

man: People love to use different mobile devices in different ways that suit their situation and lifestyle. Michael uses a phone to play games on the go, while Tony enjoys using a large tablet as he relaxes on the sofa. And Jen carries a small tablet in her purse for reading on the bus. But

Introducing Firebase and AdMob by Google

Introducing Firebase and AdMob by Google

man: Launching a great app requires dedication and vision, but growing one takes revenue. How about a monetization solution tailored specifically to your app– one that has rich and engaging ads, one that works with Firebase to give you the insights you need to grow, and one that uses mediation to connect you with networks

Introducing Cloud Storage for Firebase

Introducing Cloud Storage for Firebase

man: We all know from experience that people love to share things about themselves, such as photos, videos, and GIFs that express their feelings. So what do you do to let them store and share these files through your app? That’s where Firebase Storage can help. Our storage API lets you upload your users’ files

Introducing Firebase App Indexing

Introducing Firebase App Indexing

man: Did you know that the average user has 36 apps on their device and doesn’t use 3/4 of them most of the time? And of those, about 1/3 of them have only ever been used once. Well, what if that’s your app? You’ve done the research. You’ve written the code. You’ve performed the testing.