Yes, I know, there's more than one way to integrate PatternLab with Drupal. Here's how I create a card component and map it to Drupal.
You know the scenario - you want to list nodes that have the same taxonomy term(s) as the node you are currently viewing. Easy, but you also want to exclude the currently-being-viewed node from the list. Always trips me up.
To the future
or to the past, to a time when thought is free, to the next time when I need to get the value of file field to use as a variable in Drupal 8 with Twig.
How do I align a custom list-style/bullet point in a list with CSS? You use flexbox!
Today, I got to film one flying over my house, then swooping out of sight (I presume for prey - if not, let me believe so!).
Here's a very short video demo of editing a menu using Drupal's Settings Tray module. Things like this will be what drives Drupal adoption.
Let's revisit my recent post and see if we can come up with more user-friendly names for PatternLab items.
Over and over again, I get designers telling me "this is a h4, and the following text is a h3". You cannot place a h3 inside a h4. Let's nation-build.
I'm sometimes asked for an overview of my general approach to PatternLab. Simple: put everything for each component in the same directory!
Here's two very interesting takeaways I got from the IndieHackers Podcast with David Smooke of Hacker Noon.