Jeff Robbins and Nate Haug introduce the jQuery and Drupal integrations that we'll be building in this series, based on the foundations of theming, module development, and jQuery.
- How to add jQuery to a theme
- How to utilize Drupal's drag and drop behavior to reorder elements on a page within any form that has orderable items
- Drupal's direct integration with jQuery through the Forms API in Drupal 6 and Drupal 7
- Building a highly optimized AJAX request to Drupal that will return a JSON result
Install the Drupal 8 Modules & Add Image Content. Start: Using either the Upload, FTP, URL, Git.
Note: The examples in the video span across Drupal 6 and Drupal 7, and jQuery code that will work either in jQuery version 1.2.6 or 1.4.
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- Project Name: jQuery UI filter Drupal.org project Link: jQuery UI filter Created: 2015-12-18 Last Update: 2016-05-15 Current Version: 8.x-1.0-beta1 Download jQuery UI filter 8.x-1.0-beta1 Version From Drupal.org: Download.
Drupal 8 use its own jquery version by default and if you want to use the other version of jQuery instead of default than this tutorials steps is for you, sometimes we need different version to other plugins and libraries to work if you are using external libraries or something like that . Follow the steps
1) we need to create the 'libraries-override' attribute in yourtheme.info.yml
2) Second download and placed your js file in theme folder like example:
Path should be like above path and placed it
3) Now update your yourtheme.libraries.yml with this code and replace name of your js
Please note I used weight to load it above, because according to my example jquery is required many places, so it loads first, you can set according to your need.
Drupal Jquery Ui Datepicker
Hope its helps