Drupal 8

Conditional fields in Paragraphs using the Javascript States API for Drupal 8

While creating content, there are pieces of information that are only relevant when other fields have a certain value. For example, if we want to allow the user to upload either an image or a video, but not both, you can have another field for the user to select which type of media they want to upload. In these scenarios, the Javascript States API for Drupal 8 can be used to conditionally hide and show the input elements for image and video conditionally.

Using CKEditor plugins in Drupal 8

CKEditor is well-known software with a big community behind it and it already has a ton of useful plugins ready to be used. It is the first and only WYSIWYG text editor to ship with Drupal 8 core. Unfortunately, the many plugins provided by the CKEditor community can't be used directly in the CKEditor that comes with Drupal 8. It is necessary to let Drupal know that we are going to add a new button to the CKEditor.