This latest release for RNG brings two major features: The ability for anonymous users to register for events. And the ability to create, and associate non-users with events.
RNG is an event management module for Drupal 8 created in the spirit of Entity Registration (Drupal 7) and Signup (Drupal 6). Users can create registrations for events, and event managers can manage these registrations.
Note: This post discusses updates to the RNG project which are available in a beta release. See this issue for how to get RNG 1.3 beta.
The event registration form has been reworked into a re-usable Drupal element, whilst making heavy use of AJAX. The registrant selector now accepts multiple registrants. Registrants can also be modified after the registration is created.
Associate multiple registrants with a registration.
Create new registrants within the registration form.
Modify the meta registrant form within the registration form.
Access control has been reworked to permit anonymous users to register for events.
RNG requires that all registrants for a registration are a Drupal entity. Since anonymous users do not correspond to a user entity, the RNG Contact project provides a way to create non-user registants in a similar fashion to how contacts work on your phone.
See main RNG Contact article: RNG Contact: Anonymous registrants for RNG.
- Registrant entities now have bundles
- Added registrant type configuration entity
- Added control over which identity types can be referenced or created within each event type.
- Added ability to specify minimum and maximum registrants per registration.
- Added an interface to view and add RNG related fields.
- Event settings pages now use the admin theme.
- And many other behind the scene changes.
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