I continue my series on using Display Suite over at WebWash by writing about how to use Display Suite fields.
Think of a Display Suite field as just a fancy formatter which can only be used when you’ve enabled Display Suite on a layout.
A block field, for example, can be implemented through the UI and they’re useful for embedding a view into a layout.
Fields can also be implemented in code if you require something custom.
To learn more about it head over to the link below.
Link: Using Display Suite in Drupal 8: How to Use Display Suite Fields
In my latest Drupal 8 tutorial over at WebWash, I write about how to customize content pages or, put another way, entity bundles.
Display Suite is a versatile piece of software. It converts “Manage display” page from a basic reordering interface to a drag-and-drop interface.
Instead of just moving fields up or down, you can add them to multiple regions, if the layout supports it.
Link: Using Display Suite in Drupal 8: How to Customize Content Pages