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TimelineJS Entity

Note: This module is under heavy active development. The APIs may change.
This module is not recommended for use in production.

This module aims to provide an entity for defining a Timeline displayed with the TImelineJS library. If you are looking for TimelineJS integration using views check out the Views TimelineJS module.

Entityform Ctools

Module to help create entityform ajax, load in modals and so on.

Documentation, readme and main repo.

Fieldcollection multi upload

This module adds plupload field before each field collection, if in this collection there is the image field.
Submit form will add to node new field collection entities for each photos in plupload field.

It is an analog of module field_collection_bulkupload, but for Drupal 8.

This module relies on:

Ace Field Widget

Project Description

This module provides an Ace code editor widget for text fields.

Ace is a code editor written in JavaScript, allowing you to edit HTML, PHP and JavaScript (and more) in a very natural way. It provides syntax highlighting, proper indentation, keyboard shortcuts, auto-completion, code folding, find and replace (including regular expressions). Learn more about Ace or try a demo.

Theme Breakpoints for Javascript

This module exposes theme-related breakpoints as directly usable Javascript variables.


When developing client-side Javascript applications,
you might need to know about the breakpoints your currently used theme defines.
Themes can define breakpoints this way,
but they're not exposed automatically for client-side behaviors.


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