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qed42.com: MLH Local Hack Day:Build 2019

Planet Drupal - 2 January 2020 - 1:58am
MLH Local Hack Day:Build 2019 Body

Major League Hacking’s Local Hack Day - Build is a global day-long hack day, which brings ideas to life with a worldwide community.

The Local Hack Day Build was scheduled from the 1st-7th December 2019 in different cities across the globe. A 12 hours hackathon known as BUILD was carried at more than 200+ locations during this period. Facebook and MLH were the event sponsors! 

QED42’s Pune office hosted approximately 65+ bright and curious minds for the Local Hack Day - Build on the 7th December 2019! This included a considerable amount of college graduates.

I had the opportunity to engage with Facebook Developer Circle Pune. To my surprise, students possessed knowledge about technologies like Docker, Git, and presented innovative ideas. Within a span of 12 hours, groups had created both desktop and mobile applications, which was commendable.

Let me walk you through the Local Hack Day at QED42. 

| Introduction

We kickstarted the event started with the MLH Local Hack Day introduction by Sangeeta Gupta (Facebook Developer Circle Pune Lead). Post this, Sayak Sarkar conducted a brief session on Git and Github. 

Some groups came up with innovative ideas, while others received ideas from the organizers. And finally, the event began! 

| Event Kick-Off

Groups of curious and innovative minds started working on their prototypes. In the middle of the prototype creation process, the organizers had arranged scrumptious lunch for everybody. Post lunch the groups resumed work on their respective prototypes.

| Interaction with FDC, Hyderabad

We also had the opportunity to interact with our sister community Facebook Developer Circle from Hyderabad. They were also hosting the MLH Hack Day!  Sharing updates and stories with them was an absolute pleasure. We played a fun game between Pune and Hyderabad folks, where each team has to mention a programming language name until other team runs out of known language names.

Among several innovative ideas and demos, here are a few of my favourites:
  1. An application that enables children with down syndrome identify wet and dry waste by looking at the images. The app guides and communicates via text to speech functionality, whether or not the choice made by the individual is right. This helps improve the performance of special children. Link: https://github.com/Amarn7/Learn

       Team Members:

  • Amar Nagargoje
  • Atharva Barve
  • Tejas Bhadane
  • Nirav Madariya
  1. An Online Judge System which also is one of the world's first Self Learning Ladder - based judge system, along with developing their own indigenous IDE. To make this project more of a Capstone Project, the team developed a Web interface and an Android App interface too. Link: https://github.com/pratikdaigavane/Son-Of-Anton

       Team Members: 

  • Ayush Shah
  • Kunal Raut
  • Prathamesh Shiralkar
  • Pratik Daigavane
  • Saarth Deshpande
  • Tejas Joshi
  • Utkarsh Atre
  1. Built an internet bot to buy and sell digital gold on Paytm Gold at the best possible buying and selling prices. Enabling users to earn money without doing anything. Link: https://github.com/PranshuTople/GoldDigger

       Team Members: 

  • Pranshu Tople
  • Pallavi Saha
  • Shubham Nandi
  • Rishabh Agarwal
  1. Women Safety App where the map will be segregated on the basis of the danger zones in the city based on the threat level. The areas will be colour-coded as grey, yellow, and red. The mobile will be connected with the GPS for live tracking if a person goes into the threat zone a prompt will be sent to the emergency contacts. If the person stays too long in the danger zone without any activity, the alert will be sent to the police department. Areas are segregated by the threat level determined by crowdsourcing the information about any particular area. Link: https://github.com/Knightfire1998/DotDashDot3.git

       Team Members:

  • Reshikesh Umakant Dhanrale
  • Akshit Abhay Keoliya
  • Shweta Singh
  1. Learning to use Azure Cloud Cognitive services and GitHub integration. Mood Detector - Captures your face and detects the mood like Happy or Sad. Link: https://github.com/AJV009/mooddetector/Hacker name: Alphons Jaimon

  2. Millions of saplings are planted every year, and millions die too. Because they are not taken care of. This is a humble attempt to track all such saplings around a volunteer's vicinity keeping the external factors like weather into account. Link: https://github.com/Devendrabhat/angry-buddha

       Team Members:

  • Aniruddha Kibey
  • Devendra Bhat
  • Shagun Kaushik
  • Shreyas Kalmegh

You may also read about the other projects here: https://github.com/devcpune/solid-doodle/

Here are a few more highlights from the Local Hack day: 
  1. FDC Pune members launched the official Facebook Developer Circle: Pune organisation on GitHub and made the first solid-doodle repo. Currently, it has 102 commits and 23 contributors in the repo. Link: https://github.com/devcpune/solid-doodle/

  2. We discussed the DevC Training courses and how they can prove to be extremely beneficial for the community.

At the end of the local hack day, we collected the participant’s feedback in a rather innovative way! Participants drew emoji’s on colourful sticky notes to express their feedback about the event. 

We had a wonderful time collaborating with participants from different domains. Hacking, brainstorming, and innovating collectively at the Local Hack Day - Build! 

Pratik Kamble Thu, 01/02/2020 - 15:28
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OpenSense Labs: Drupal 2019: Year In Review

Planet Drupal - 2 January 2020 - 12:44am
Drupal 2019: Year In Review Shankar Thu, 01/02/2020 - 14:14

A magnificent year has gone by! 2019 saw Drupal evolving by leaps and bounds. As the year comes to an end, here is a look at some of the significant moments from the Drupal world that happened during this time.


18 years old: Drupal is no longer a kid!

It was on 15th January 2001 when the world saw Drupal burst onto the scene. Drupal 1.0.0 was released on this date. Since then, with the support from thousands of open source enthusiasts and contributors, it is today one of the market leaders in the CMS segment. Drupal turned 18 in 2019 and Drupal Community revelled in its success with much mirth.

Drupal Community members were surely excitedNew Drupal releases

As per Drupal’s 6-month release cycle, the Drupal fraternity witnessed two new Drupal versions being released in 2019 - Drupal 8.7.0 and Drupal 8.8.0.

Drupal 8.7 was one step closer to a better future. It came packed with much-needed features, particularly the stable JSON:API core module and the stable Layout Builder module. With JSON:API support being included as a core feature, displaying your Drupal content in decoupled websites, mobile applications and others would be a downhill task.


After being introduced as an experimental module in Drupal 8.5, the announcement of a stable and production-ready version of the Layout Builder module in Drupal 8.7 was huge news. Its provision for state-of-the-art content management solution with features like drag and drop management for content blocks and the quicker process of creating layout templates for content is a massive improvement.


Drupal 8.8, that released on 4 December 2019, is the last normal feature release of Drupal 8. It came with a stable version of the Media Library module that was previously added as a beta experimental module in the core. Media Library streamlines the reuse of images, documents, videos and other assets across the website.


Claro, a new experimental administration theme, was also introduced in Drupal 8.8. Its intuitive features like touch-friendly administration pages and more accessible colour combination and contrasts will definitely enthral website handlers.


Drupal 8.8 also introduced a new experimental Help Topics module for further enhancement of in-Drupal help.

The Composer Initiative yielded great results as Drupal 8.8 became the first release that included native Composer support.

From the vantage point of businesses

With Drupal 9 set to be released in June 2020, the Drupal business leaders, as stated by Drupal Business Survey 2019, were eagerly looking forward to it. The survey revealed that the thought leaders from the Drupal circle had a lot of anticipations from Drupal 9.

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Source: Drupal.org

Majorly, these were the key results from the survey that showed what Drupal business leaders are excited about:

  • Streamlined upgrade path from Drupal 8 to Drupal 9
  • Ease of update. No large jumps on functionality changes when moving from one version to another
  • Better interface and improved user experience for developers as well as administrators, content editors and end-users.
  • The possibility of Drupal development becoming more simpler and a go-to option for not only the enterprises but also small and mid-size projects.
  • Drupal getting more powerful as an API-first CMS.

The survey did show that there are apprehensions about the migration from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 or even from Drupal 7 to Drupal 9. It is perceived as a business-critical decision and the one that may be very intricate.

A clear picture: Drupal 9 upgrade

By the end of 2018 and in the entire 2019, Drupal Community began to see the clarity with the state of Drupal 7, Drupal 8 and Drupal 9. In DrupalCon Seattle 2019, the Driesnote presentation clarified that Drupal 7 will be fully supported by the community till November 2021 in addition to receiving security patches. From thereon, until at least November 2024, vendor support will continue.

It further stated that the Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 upgrade can be an uphill task for large sites in particular but nevertheless, once done, its advantages outranks the challenges.

Driesnote presentation in DrupalCon Amsterdam 2019 showed that the progress on Drupal 8’s Automated Updates Initiative has been spectacular last year.


Symfony 3, which Drupal 8 is highly dependent upon, has an End-Of-Life date towards the end of 2021. That means Drupal 8 will be End-Of-Life by November 2021. Essentially, by the time Drupal 8 reaches End-Of-Life, every Drupal site should have upgraded to Drupal 9. Driesnote in DrupalCon Amsterdam also stated that the upgrade from Drupal 8 to Drupal 9 will be extremely easy. Consistently checking for and removing the use of deprecated code would make the migration from Drupal 8 to Drupal 9 a very simple one.

Rather than working on Drupal 9 in a separate codebase, it is being built in Drupal 8. Therefore, the new features and functionalities are being added as backwards-compatible code and experimental features. As the code attains stability, old functionalities will be deprecated.

Drupal project pipeline

Drupal adoption rate saw a palpable growth last year.

 

Source: Drupal.org

When it comes to the experience that the business leaders had selling Drupal projects, according to Drupal Business Survey 2019, it has been fantastic. While the Drupal project pipeline has grown or remained at the same level, the average deal size has proliferated. Future of the Drupal project line is predicted to remain steady.

Source: Drupal.org

When asked about the type of projects that the respondents completed in 2018 and the industries in which they implemented Drupal projects for providing ambitious digital experience, ‘Education’ turned out to be the most popular industry. Industries like ‘Travel and Tourism’, ‘Sports’, ‘Telecommunications’, and ‘Logistics and Support’ also witnessed an increase in the implementation of Drupal projects.

Contributions

On examining Drupal.org’s contribution data in a 2018-2019 report, it was found that the number of contributors and contributions have increased to a great extent. There was an 8% rise in the number of Drupal.org projects that received contributions when compared to 2017-2018 period. More than half of the contributions were done on contributed modules. Interestingly, the big jump in non-product credits was discernible. This includes activities like organising different Drupal conferences, promoting Drupal, and community working groups.

Source: Dries Buytaert's Blog

There was a noticeable increase in the number of contributions that the Drupal.org’s credit system received. The top 30 contributors (the top 0.4%) accounted for 19% of credits. (Our very own Drupal architect Gaurav Kapoor was amongst them.)

It was also found that most of the contributions were sponsored. Even though sponsored contributions remained on the higher side when compared to volunteer contributions, the latter is significant to Drupal’s growth and success as an open-source CMS.

Source: Dries Buytaert's Blog

Drupal Business Survey 2019 shows that 111 out of 118 businesses contributed to Drupal. The survey delineated that the businesses have been contributing in multiple ways that ensure good health of Drupal. Whether it’s the contribution to modules, themes and distributions, or improvement of Drupal’s documentation, or sponsoring and organising events, businesses have been helping Drupal grow in their own ways. Some of the businesses, unable to contribute, cited lack of time and resources as the reason.

Different ways to contribute to Drupal | Source: Drupal.orgDecoupled approach

Since the time when Dries Buytaert, founder and project lead of Drupal, talked about RESTful Drupal and later about the future of Decoupled Drupal, this approach has evolved into something more exciting and attained new heights.

The two ways of decoupling Drupal include progressive decoupling and fully decoupling. But, as 2018 neared its end and 2019 began to unfurl, the fully decoupled approach branched into two methods. It was due to ever-increasing convolutions of JavaScript development that, in addition to existing fully decoupled application, it also took the form of a fully decoupled static site. The popularity of JAMstack and its reputation of rendering high performance, top-notch security and fewer complexities during the development gave wings to approach of building fully decoupled static sites.

Most importantly, API-first Initiative made great progress and strengthened Drupal’s capabilities as headless or decoupled solution. Not only has Drupal core started offering out-of-the-box JSON:API implementation with JSON:API module landing in core since the launch of Drupal 8.7, but several new improvements to JSON:API support in the contributed space were seen. (For instance, an interactive query builder called JSON:API Explorer.)


Diversity and inclusion

Although Drupal’s contributors were found to have become more diverse in Drupal.org’s contribution data studied between 2018-2019, more effort needs to be put in to fill the gaps.

For instance, in this report, some interesting facts emerged when gender diversity and geographical diversity of Drupal.org contributors were studied. Even though the contributions made by persons who do not identify as male increased by one percent in 2018-2019 period, the gender imbalance in Drupal is still a worry. Non-male contributors accounted for only 8%.

Source: Dries Buytaert's Blog

When it comes to geographical diversity, Europe and North America continued to dominate the contributions space. While the United States topped among the countries, India remained the second-largest contributor. Overall, the contributions from Asia were on the decline (particularly India in spite of it being the second-largest contributor).

Drupal Community understands the need to foster diversity and inclusion. Several efforts have been taken in 2019 to show its strong will to diversify its community and be more inclusive.

Drupal Association, like in 2018, changed its logo to show its support for LGBTQ+ community for the whole month of June (Pride Month).


Listening to a more diverse group of people can be an inspiration to new contributors from all gender identities, races, religious groups, geographies, ethnicities and more. There were significant efforts made to help more people from underrepresented groups speak at Drupal conferences and workshops. For instance, Drupal Diversity and Inclusion group hosted a speaker diversity training workshop in September.

In their resolve to diversify the leadership group, Drupal Association decided to elevate a diverse group of leaders. The nominations for community elected board position were open for all.

Climate change

It was also the year when a teenager took the world by storm. An unlikely teenager somehow got the world’s attention. Greta Thunberg inspired millions of people to join the global climate strike in September which turned out to be the largest climate demonstration in human history.


Drupal.org, along with thousands of websites across the globe, posted a banner message declaring that it has opted for a global digital climate strike.

End thoughts

2019 proved to be remarkable for Drupal. It reached new avenues. It kept getting bigger. It realised where it lacked and showed strong resolve to improve.

Drupal 8 isn’t done yet. It’s gonna be here for a while and will continue to offer enriching digital experiences all over the world. But, eventually, Drupal 9 will take over. It’s going to be released in a few months from now and Drupal Community is very excited to welcome it. A lot of interesting things are lined up for Drupal in 2020 and it will be amazing to see them all happening.

Happy New Year to all the Drupalists! Grow Drupal, grow with Drupal.

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BotBattler

New Drupal Modules - 1 January 2020 - 4:31pm

BotBattler is an effective, lightweight, 100% clientside, anti-spam solution for forms, proudly made in Australia, by a Dutchman. The BotBattler name is a cheeky nod to the "Aussie battler".

BotBattler is a non-intrusive approach to prevent forms on your website from being abused by bots aiming to spam your server with inappropriate comments, annoying advertising on "contact us" forms, as well as malicious registration or login attempts.

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Gizra.com: Improving Health Care with Plain-Text Medical Records and Git

Planet Drupal - 1 January 2020 - 4:00pm

Recent travel to Rwanda has brought me to build a POC (Proof-of-Concept) with a familiar stack, only in a very different structure.

To better understand why the POC was built that way, I should give you the backstory.

The Backstory

In 2016, I was invited to present about Drupal & Elm in DrupalCamp Tokyo. I always like to bring this fact up in any kind of conversation - but this time there’s even a reason beyond my usual bragging rights: The flight is terribly long from Israel to Tokyo. Twenty-four hours door-to-door kind of long.

As it so happened, a short time before my flight, Adam, Gizra US Director had virtually dropped a PDF on my table. I was preparing myself for yet another long RFP (Request for proposal) with an impossible spec, and an even less possible timeline. I was surprised to see that was not the case. That PDF was forty-something pages, with a wireframe per page and some notes, showing the flow of a rather interesting app.

Wireframe from the spec

Three years later I still refer to those pages as the best spec we’ve ever received. The people behind those wireframes were Dr. Wendy Leonard and her Ihangane team. They were planning an electronic medical record for an HIV prevention program in Rwanda.

I was really impressed. Sure, the wireframes were rougher than usual, but they did exactly what they were supposed to. The team was smart enough to not rush into development and in fact, they even printed out the spec pages, went to the field, sat with nurses, and let them click on the screens. The printed screens. They clicked on paper!

Anyway, did I ever mention I was invited to Tokyo in 2016?

That long 24 hours flight. I’ve finished my book (“Ancillary Justice”), watched a movie (“Wreck-It Ralph”, as for some reason I love watching cartoons on planes), and there were still many hours before my arrival. So I took my laptop out, spun up a Drupal backend and an Elm frontend - and the first POC for Ihangane’s app called “E-Heza” was born in the sky.

Continue reading…

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Brian Osborne: Introducing the Media Entity File Replace module

Planet Drupal - 1 January 2020 - 2:03pm
The Problem

Replacing files uploaded to your Drupal site can be very frustrating. In most cases, when an editor wants to replace a document, they want to keep the exact same filename and filepath and just overwrite the contents of the file. This is important in cases where the file is linked to elsewhere throughout the website or on other websites outside of the editors control. If you use the media module to manage documents on your site, you'll quickly discover that it's not possible to upload a replacement file for a document and keep the same filename.

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Commerce Product Revision Delete

New Drupal Modules - 1 January 2020 - 10:10am

Provides method to delete specific revision of commerce product:
commerce_product_revision_delete_do_delete($revision_id, $do_check_current = TRUE)

Provides Views integration adding "Delete" link to each revision on product revisions page.

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Media Entity File Replace

New Drupal Modules - 1 January 2020 - 10:03am
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Node Link Report

New Drupal Modules - 31 December 2019 - 9:37am

Links within content can take many forms in WYSIWYG, link fields, free text, entity reference fields and many others. Making sure that links are not broken in your content can be difficult to achieve. This module provides a block that displays a link report including all links in the rendered node.

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Specbee: Why is Drupal CMS the top choice for Government Websites in 2020?

Planet Drupal - 31 December 2019 - 3:52am
Why is Drupal CMS the top choice for Government Websites in 2020? Shri Ganesh Hegde 31 Dec, 2019 Top 10 best practices for designing a perfect UX for your mobile app

In 2018, The Open Source Initiative celebrated its 20th Anniversary, a milestone and a huge success for the global non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and adoption of open source software. Since its inception, the open source movement has gained tremendous momentum in corporate computing. In the recent years, open source has entered the government sphere as well.

One such popular open-source platform is Drupal. Developed by Dries Buytaert in 2001, Drupal became a sensation when it was used to build a network for the Democratic primary campaign of Howard Dean in 2003. Since then, Drupal has come a long way and now more than 100 countries use Drupal for their government websites.

Steve Nichols, CTO of Georgia Technology Authority, which runs more than 65 state government websites, recently talked about how shifting to a Drupal platform helped him manage the government websites in a better way. Earlier, these government websites were running on two different versions of proprietary software - Vignette 6 and Vignette 7. But as the functionalities increased, it became very cumbersome and expensive. Soon they started looking out for other options, and all the evident choices pointed to open source CMS, and the most obvious and the strongest among all the contenders was Drupal.

When they dug a little deeper, they found out that many key federal government sites were being powered by Drupal, and that is when they decided upon to narrow down on the Drupal CMS.

So why exactly do these government websites opt for a Drupal CMS among the plethora of options? Why is the most obvious choice Drupal? Let us know a bit more about what makes Drupal so special!

Drupal's Market Share

In the present world, with more than 150 federal government sites running on Drupal platform, it is kind of obvious that the Drupal CMS has an enormous market share when it comes to the government websites and the public sector in general.

 

The list contains big guns like NASA, Department of Health, Department of Education, Transportation, Defense and Homeland Security. When Drupal platform is being preferred by some of these big government sites, it is not surprising to see that many other private and media companies are inclining towards Drupal CMS for their own websites.


Drupal's Adaptability Features

A few years back, the energy department's website, energy.gov got into a lot of trouble. The website faced low traffic, high bounce rate, and to make it worse, the entire website was built on the basis of an internal office structure which made it quite impossible to navigate. It needed immediate attention, and that is when the organization decided to migrate their website to Drupal.

One of the greatest strengths of the Drupal CMS is its ability to integrate with any other solutions and services. Even a proprietary CMS such as Sharepoint, is likely to coexist with Drupal and other open source platforms. The modular system that a Drupal CMS works on, allows it to adjust easily based on the type of deployments.

Security

While the typical stereotypes about open-source platforms is that they are quite vulnerable to threats, Drupal has a track-record of being one of the most secure open-source CMS. Well-equipped to handle cyberthreats, the Drupal community does a great job to work together and ensure that they eliminate any threats before they affect the users.

Drupal consists of several security modules, making it one of the most reliable platforms amongst several others. Some of these modules include, Login Security, Password Policy, Captcha, Security Kit etc.

Multisites - An Easy Task

Governments tend to have multiple websites, in multiple languages in order to handle various sections of their administration. Irrespective of whether the government has just a couple of websites or few hundreds, the task of building each one of them individually and maintaining them is going to be a tough job.

Drupal CMS makes it easier with its multisite feature, allowing the developers to copy the site's code base and create as many new websites as required. Thus, by leveraging the features and functionalities of an already existing website, the need to build every single site from scratch, is eliminated.

Additionally, Drupal also offers out of the box Content and Entity Translator modules which help content authors to translate pages, individual fields, elements and more. Thus, multiple sites in multiple languages is an easy feat with Drupal CMS.

Say Hello To DeGov

DeGov is the first of its kind Drupal 8 open source distribution that focuses on the needs of government organizations only! DeGov offers a comprehensive set of customized functionalities which are commonly used only for those applications that are necessary for government websites.

With the ability to release federal and state portals, internet sites for ministries, authorities, municipalities and more, DeGov distribution allows web pages and group-specific portals to be created easily, without any hassle.
Learn more about DeGov here.

 

Considering the exceptional growth in the public sector, Drupal platform has surely got a positive outlook. Keeping aside the reasons as to why government websites prefer Drupal, there are various other features offered by Drupal which can easily manage any website irrespective of its state of complication. With the release of Drupal 8, flexibility in terms of grouping functions has increased, thus making it easier for Drupal development companies to inherit and derive particular characteristics in various parts of the website.

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Srijan Technologies: Prepping Up For Apigee Developer Portal Migration To Drupal 8

Planet Drupal - 31 December 2019 - 2:37am

As APIGEE end of support for Drupal 7 in May 2020 is combined with Drupal 7 end of life in Nov 2021, developer portal are not left with many choices - migrate to Drupal 8 or continue with Apigee’s integrated portals. 

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TS Google Cloud Storage

New Drupal Modules - 30 December 2019 - 11:06pm

Google Cloud Storage allows you to replace the local file system with (https://developers.google.com/storage/). Files uploaded into Google Cloud Storage.

Google Cloud Storage can be used as the default file system, or configure each file/image field to use a specific bucket.

INSTALLATION
Install the module and enable it according to Drupal standards.

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Epub Viewer

New Drupal Modules - 30 December 2019 - 3:56am

Description
1. This module mainly designed for Drupal 8 enables users to view ebooks(.epub files) in the browser.
2. This module creates a field formatter for epub files and generates a link for the epub file that redirects to the ebook viewer. You will need to select field formatter(EPUBFormatter) for the epub file upload field from the field settings.
3. For customization of the epub viewer settings will be available at URL /admin/config/epub/epubsettings.

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Notify Bar

New Drupal Modules - 30 December 2019 - 2:37am
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Domain Campos

New Drupal Modules - 29 December 2019 - 10:55pm
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Aweber Block

New Drupal Modules - 29 December 2019 - 8:32am
Overview

This module integrates Drupal 8 with Aweber an email marketing solution. By using this module, site users are able to easily register their email to a list of available on Aweber emailing listings.

Note:

Development version of the module is also available on the github link below:

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Image Library Widget

New Drupal Modules - 29 December 2019 - 5:15am
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Attach Libraries

New Drupal Modules - 28 December 2019 - 6:04pm

This module helps to attach libraries to view displays, blocks, node and taxonomy pages as well.

Installation:

Copy the module into contrib modules directory and then enable the module.
After installation, go to configuration and find the menu link Mapping Libraries under system.

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Custom Account Link

New Drupal Modules - 28 December 2019 - 3:08pm

The user module creates a link to /user in the account menu with the label hardcoded as "My account".

This module lets you override the label with text, or the current user's name.

Configuration: /admin/config/people/custom_account_link

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Ubercart Edit Order Attributes

New Drupal Modules - 28 December 2019 - 2:20pm

This module provides a means to edit an order item's attributes after the order has been placed. Typical use case is someone ordered the wrong size, or dinner, or something.

It is built for Ubercart's Attributes. Users with "edit orders" permission may go to the order edit page. On the far right, each order item's attributes are listed, along with an "edit" link which will take the user to an edit page. Enter the new values there and submit.

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