The URL Encoder creates an ASCII-only version of any text placed into it. Its primary use is to encode URL strings into a form that can be passed via Email or Scripted Web Links without altering the actual content in any way.
When the Queen Latifah show needed an interface for browsing and annotating viewer submissions including both images and video, AIP was brought in by Digital Kitchen to provide it. The interface, hidden from public view, allows show producers to search and sort through hundreds of submissions arriving daily, and to share notes on which submissions might make good guests for the show.
In early 2010 AIP implemented a custom solution for the Feed Field module, which was originally created by Promet Source. After patching several issues, adding new features and killing several bugs, we became co-maintainers of this important contrib module, which allows a Drupal site to dynamically import RSS or ATOM content into designated CCK fields.
GoAway is a dirt-simple, light-weight "Ban By IP" module for Drupal 6 and 7. It works by redirecting offending anonymous users to a page or URL specified by the admin. The module possesses the following features:
Separate role-based permissions for Settings, Banning, and Unbanning
Either a local page or a remote URL may be used as the redirect destination
Adds display of IP address to anonymous comments for easy tracking & copying (only displayed to users with 'ban' permission)
The California Council for Interior Design Certification wanted their website to automatically inform customers via email when their business listings were about to expire. AIP was brought onboard by site designers Mosser Design to build this custom notification email system.
Faced with a 24-hour deadline, the Apparel News team wished to dynamically override the contents of the Flash movie on their home page. AIP added a custom control panel to the administrative area of the website allowing them to swap out graphics on the fly, creating any promotional links they need, whenever they need them.
ThePalace was (and still is) an amazing piece of social software: a Palace site is a programmable, graphical chat room - complete with avatars, cartoon balloons, games and animations - which can be used to simlate entire virtual worlds. AIP began designing Palace sites way back in the beta days of 1996. Over the next several years we created various Palace-related gizmos & doodads, many of which eventually found their way to this page.