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New Drupal Modules
Provide a duplicate field for title to allow Search API Sorts to use it.
Usually, title field is indexed with the "Full text" type. Which disable "Search API Sorts" to use it.
This module will duplicate content of title under a new field. So you'll be able to index this new one with "String" type which is supported by "Search API Sorts".
Once enable and correctly setup, you'll need to reindex all documents.
This module provides integration of Drupal and Lotame.
Lotame helps publishers, marketers and agencies drive Maximum Audience Impact — maximizing the way they collect, unify, protect and activate audience data. Leveraging the industry’s most robust DMP as a central audience management engine.
This module has been sponsored by Dennis Publishing.
Add the ability to filter taxonomy terms to only active ones or direct children.
This will generate a folder navigation effect and avoid to display a very long list of terms.
The rendering is the same as for a "Date" facet which allows to progressively fine-tune value.Requirements
OpenStack Object Storage (Swift) is ideal for cost effective, scale-out storage. It provides a fully distributed, API-accessible storage platform that can be integrated directly into applications or used for backup, archiving and data retention. It's a part of OpenStack, a free and open-source software cloud computing platform. Which is primarily deployed as an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) solution.
Creates auto login URLs on demand and through tokens.
This is mostly a developer's module. The better use for me is to convert all links of a specific text to auto login links.
It also provides two tokens that you may use on mass emailing like simplenews.Use case
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Makes NavBar awesome by implementing Font Awesome + Google's Material Design concepts.Making Navbar Awesome
This module helps take Navbar to a different experience. It allows site builders to provide site users and clients with a cleaner implementation of Navbar.
I know what you're thinking, "oh another JS library module, a glorified library hook. Whoopty doo.". Before you close the browser tab, give me a chance.
Handlebars.js is a great library that has made writing JS+HTML a breeze. That in and of itself, has nothing to do with Drupal really. What does? Well the one thing I wish was easier about Handlebars.js is adding includes to your JS files - that's where Drupal comes in.
- This is a module in development -Overview
This is basically an extension module for feeds and feeds tamper. To my understanding, it works in the exact opposite way of Synonyms. Instead of accepting and incorporating synonyms, it tries to exterminate them.
The main reason I created this module and probably its better use case is importing data through feeds and feeds_tamper.
This module provides "like" and "dislike" widgets for contents inside Drupal, making it easiers to promote features as the one seem on many social network websites.
Technically speaking, the module provides 2 tags for Voting API, "like" and "dislike", working in a different way from Vote Up/Down, that is like a "plus or minus" approach. Likes are separate from Dislikes here.
This provides front facing module based support for the drush recipe format.
Right now there are two modules in development here:Widget
The Drush recipes UI will provide a form widget type to allow for rendering the drush recipes specification in a drupal form. It will also provide helper functions to take the selected actions and pass them as an array for processing by automated provisioning specifications like Jenkins or custom bash scripting.
This module makes use of an existing php resque implementation: https://github.com/chrisboulton/php-resque
This module extends DrupalQueue to be able to use DrupalResque instead, also being able to use DrupalResqueUnique so that jobs with the same payload key are not queued at any point in time.
Integrates the excellent Content Menu and Menu Special Items modules to allow the creation of nolink and separator menu items from the Content Menu dropdowns on the Menu link administration page.
Better field descriptions makes it possible to add themeable descriptions to fields in forms.
- Would your customers like to write their own descriptions, but can't or won't, since they then need permission to manage the fields in the content type?
- Would you like to show the description above the field or even between the title and the field?
This module allows you to select the fields you want across all content types and give those field a themeable description on a separate admin page.
Phone User allows people to register at a Drupal site with only a phone number, for example to register for an event using Registration module.
osCaddie is a service offering from Appnovation technologies under their initiative to enable “Open Source for the Enterprise”. It includes a toolkit of modules to integrate between open source technologies in a scalable fashion. Two key components of such a system are Drupal, which is used for front end interactions, and Alfresco, which is used for back end storage of digital assets.