Learn to move content to Drupal 8 using the Migrate module without writing a single line of PHP. This training is aimed at site builders who will learn to combine various core and contributed modules and write YAML files to accomplish content migrations. No prior experience with the Migrate module is required.
Source, process, and destination plugins will be explained to learn how each affect the migration. By the end of the session, you will have a better understanding on how the Migrate module works and the thought process required to plan and perform migrations.
Note: Although no prior Migrate module knowledge is required, it is expected that you have a basic understanding of nodes, content types, and fields. You can learn about these and other Drupal concepts by watching this session recording https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02fvLzPSIjc
- Import data from CSV and JSON files.
- Transform the data to populate taxonomy, date, image, file, and address fields.
- Get content into Paragraphs.
- Learn to debug migrations.
A working Drupal 8 local installation is required. Attendees need to feel comfortable working with the command line. They also need composer and be able to install Drupal modules. Drush needs to be installed in order to run migrations from the command line. Xdebug and PHPStorm are used for the debugging example (techniques apply for other debuggers and IDEs). It is highly recommended to use DrupalVM and configure it to use the Drupal composer template.
Follow the quickstart guide to install DrupalVM with the xdebug extra package. Install the following contrib modules: Address, Entity reference revisions, Migrate plus, Migrate source csv, Migrate tools, and Paragraphs. Assistance can be provided before the training starts, but it is better to come with your local environment already set up.
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Presented by Mauricio Dinarte and Agaric.