If the main purpose of your module is to provide additional functionality via JavaScript then you should use the JavaScript tag. If your module's main purpose is to provide some set of features and JavaScript helps make those features richer, do not use the JavaScript tag.


Provides integration with bLazy to lazy load and multi-serve images to save bandwidth and server requests. The user will have faster load times and save data usage if they don't browse the whole page.


- bLazy library:



US Map

Provides interactive map of the USA and States to your webpage without using Flash.



Rhinoslider module integrates the Rhinoslider library with Drupal. This way, you can use the jquery rhinoslider library to build slideshows.

How to use
This module, allows you to use Rhinoslider loading the library, instead of let the user incorporates jquery libraries in custom modules.

Environment Libraries

Manage external css & jss through Drupal admin UI & Contexts. Files support multiple versions based on prod/stage/dev environments for easier development on production instances.
This module was developed by Interscope Records and designed with Acquia Sitefactory in mind to accommodate building sites in a multisite environment off a shared codebase without the need to push out updates for theme-level updates.

based on Javascript Libraries Manager

Feature List


Sweet Alert

sweet alert

Integrates the SweetAlert plugin to act as a modern replacement for JavaScript's alert.

Third Party Dependencies

- SweetAlert (https://github.com/t4t5/sweetalert)


- Download the SweetAlert library and unzip it to /libraries/sweetalert
- Enable the SweetAlert module
- Clear all cache, the status report page should indicate both libraries are included successfully

The libraries path is in your Drupal root, outside of /core. Do not place it in /core.



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