Last week, I had to solve a problem where a prototyped form contained a button element and svg icon for the submit button on three search forms.
Today I had an excellent opportunity to put Drupal Console to work for me. I also wanted to show a colleague what was possible and how fast you can move with it.
If you want to grant Vagrant the ability to edit your /etc/exports file for NFS shares, there is a short write up on the official Vagrant website for OSX.
If you are theming an entity (in this case, node) and you want to display the created or changed date in a different format, you can use the following to do just that. In my case, I am creating a couple of view modes with their respective twig templates and need to show post dates in a few different formats.
So part of what I want to do this year is write a bit more, and start making more use out of zsh/terminal. While I do have a few books on the subject to help me get a deeper grasp on what is possible, I figured an easy way to start would be to think of common problems I have and apply solutions for it.