User Auth Api

Let user to login to Drupal 7 site via API POST method

Web Notifications

If you ask a room of developers what mobile device features are missing from the web, push notifications are always high on the list.
Push notifications allow your users to opt-in to timely updates from sites they love and allow you to effectively re-engage them with customized, engaging content.

As of Chrome version 42, the Push API and Notification API are available to developers. And other browsers will follow.

Sending notifications to mobile devices is only allowed if your site is on HTTPS (SSL secured).


Responsive Lightbox based on the jQuery Framework, uses CSS3 for all its transitions and is supported in all modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer 9+ and more.

git clone --branch 7.x-1.x lightcase

Image Lazyload

This module adds lazy load functionality to all image field. An optional text format provides the ability to lazy load images added to text areas. Lazy loading image can dramatically decrease the initial page load time.

Lazy load support powered by LazyLoad.

Views Mobile

Views mobile module provides a mechanism to switch the display of a view when in a mobile device.


In order to the module work you need to clone the display you want to provide a mobile version and update the display machine name to add the "_mobile" suffix.

e.g: If you have a block display named "featured". You have to clone the "Featured" display and update the machine name of the cloned diplay to "featured_mobile".

Having the mobile display set the module will take care of switching the display when the user is using a mobile device.


forWhereiAm - Standard

Quick Overview

This module creates a widget for displaying all the latest announcements made on the forWhereiAm platform by your organisation (and any of its associated branches) for a given user's location. This module interacts with the forWhereiAm API and implements the server-side flow.



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