You may not know this, but support for ES6 was added in Drupal 8.4. It wasn't in the release notes, but I was delighted to learn of it.
You have probably landed here because you have gotten
Error: Cannot find module 'eslint-config-airbnb'.
I had a very strange problem wherein I was not able to affect variables being passed to
On the method of disabling a block without recourse to path.
On the method of creating custom breadcrumbs: simply crumble stale bread and dip battered eggs into your bowl. But in Drupal.
I had a devil of a time figuring out where captioning was coming from on my entity embeds.
Another team member had set it up, and I was just kind of baffled as to why captions were being offered on my entity embed forms.
It turns out that if you turn on captioning, you just get it for free on all of your embeds, and it's not configurable.
But... I don't want it for free!
Bah. Humbug. This free software doesn't have the features I think it should.
Alright, so here's how you turn off captioning:
Views has a setting to exclude the current nid from the URL from the listing one is currently viewing. This is essential when you have, say, a list of related nodes that are are defined by a category that includes the current node. If you don't exclude the current node, your current node will be listed in the "related content" block on itself. Well, obviously one is related to oneself, one thinks.
First, I tired to accomplish this through the UI with these steps, below.
Image style tokens don't show up in the media browser, and so you sort of have to guess at how to use them. I figured it out by studying the merged commit that added the functionality.
Pluralizing and singularizing words got very easy with the inclusion of the Doctrine Inflector class in Drupal 8 core.
The task at hand here is to allow the client to create a classed wrapper around multiple elements using CKEditor in Drupal 8.
The fundamental problem here is the CKEditor's built in "Styles" dropdown classes each
<p> individually, while we need a class wrapping them.
You could probably make or install your own CKEditor plugin, but that's not what I did.