Apachesolr purge content(s)

apachesolr_purge_content

This module allows an interface to remove the Apachesolr indexed content(s)/document(s) of selected bundle. Administrator/Developer can delete the particular entity id(s)

Why This
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Developer can use this module as an example to remove the Apachesolr indexed content(s)/document(s).

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Troublemaker

This module is designed to showcase common troubles experienced by Drupal sites. Only enable this module on sites specifically intended for training or testing purposes. Side effects may include taking your site offline, consuming disk space, and consuming bandwidth.

Appcelerator ACS

This Module will be an integration and implementation for ACS cloud service (Appcelerator Titanium)

This Module Is not officially from Appcelerator

Need Contributors

M00 (a template for contributed projects/modules)

SYNOPSIS

A template project designed as a starting point for other contributed modules. It aims to provide one of each of the features and capabilities you might require for contributed modules, ready to be adapted for a real project.

To adapt for your new module project, simply clone then replace the string 'm00' everywhere with your project/module machine name. The project name 'M00' and machine name 'm00' are chosen to afford easy find-and-replace substitution, where the 'm' stands for 'module'.

Drupal 8 Examples for DrupalX

This is a sandbox for Drupal courses at http://drupalxcourses.com/

Break all the crons

An example module to practice recovering from a fatal error created during cron jobs. It creates an artificial fatal error then prints a debug backtrace on the cron page to help identify the problem and work on a solution.

Requires Bad judgement.

One possible way to manage cron for Drupal is using Jenkins. A reason for centralizing cron jobs with the Java bloat of Jenkins is to get alerts when cron jobs fail or servers are unavailable.

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