I hope you've enjoyed learning about Drupal 8 and how easy it makes building custom websites. Thanks for joining me in this journey. I can't wait to see you next time!
1.Introduction5 lessons, 42:22
2.Creating Content5 lessons, 42:14
3.Working with Views5 lessons, 34:11
4.Further Configuration3 lessons, 18:12
5.Building a Full Site From Scratch14 lessons, 1:24:52
6.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:26
Well, all I can say at this point is, wow, congratulations. We have come a long way. We have learned so much about the beginnings and the basics of Drupal, how to get an instance of it up and running in the cloud so we can get access to it wherever we want, how to do some upgrades, and how to check security configurations. And then, how to really understand the basic building blocks of content types and menus and blocks and how sites and themes are all put together to build your actual website. And then from there, we took those skills and actually build out an actual website that we could use to actually show clients and customers some upcoming conferences and be able to order those things using taxonomies and to create a dashboard or a photo gallery of speakers. And all this wonderful content and we really didn't have to write any code, how cool is that? It's all done within Drupal, it's all done through the web interface and even the most novice of users of Drupal or content management systems can very easily and quickly come up to speed and go from nothing to a full production website so congratulations on making it this far. Now before I leave you, I want to share with you a couple additional pieces of documentation that can help you continue to learn more about Drupal and to increase your knowledge base so that you can continue to build very cool websites using Drupal. Obviously, one of the most important places to keep an eye on is drupal.org and specifically, the Drupal 8 documentation. There's a lot of wonderful content here. Everything from the basics of the Drupal 8 user guide all the way down into developer documentation where you can actually start using code to get behind the scenes and start to tweak things with much more fine grained access. So these are some things that you're really gonna wanna pay attention to as you continue to further your knowledge in Drupal. And then obviously, heading over to tuts+ and searching for Drupal and finding some really good how to tutorials on Drupal 8 and how to continue to further your knowledge is always a wonderful thing. So once again, I wanna thank you for joining me in this course, I hope you found it interesting. And that you are now becoming more familiar and confident with your Drupal skills. So once again, I'm Derek Jensen, thanks for joining me. I can't wait to see you next time.