Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
This is a sandbox project for porting the Tin Can API module from D7 to D8. The Tin Can API project is a suite of modules that provide various points of integration with the Tin Can API/Experience API. The module(s) can be used to track many different types of user interaction such as viewing nodes, clicking links and watching YouTube or Vimeo videos via the Media module. The Tin Can API module can also act as a framework to track custom statements.
This module provides a field to upload files directly to Google Drive and a formatter to display Download/View in drive link. It uses the Gauth for authentication and implements the "browser upload method" so the file never hits the Drupal file system. It saves storage and no limitations of file size. I plan to provide other features of google drive in later versions of the module.
Today, most of the people prefer to buy things online. From a pen drive to expensive luxury items, one can find everything on the internet. But while surfing for online shopping, most of the people like to talk with the business or sales representative, to make a correct buy and avoid further inconvenience. Do you know that almost 83% of the total number of potential customers would require customer assistance while making an online purchase?
The mulitstep_form module is a module that aims to ease the integration of multiple forms, into a multi-step form process. This process should be trivial for the downstream developer to implement. The aim, is to provide an interface where the the following code is all that's required to create a multi-step form from multiple sources:
This modules enables some extra property fields for Entities using the ECK module.
Each of the types above further enhance the entity construction kit with some ways of storing extra information with an entity you would otherwise have to do via a field. For those of us who would like to have those fields be capable of being properties and not fields, this is the module of choice.
This module was created primarily to address issues related to the cache_form table in Drupal.
1. Ajaxified forms throw an error if the the form was served from a cached page after the corresponding record in cache_form was deleted
2. cache_form table size can grow to be extremely large in enterprise websites
As described from those modules, this functions the same. This module is definitely not a replacement for full-fledged theming, but it provides site administrators with a quick and easy way of tweaking things without diving into full-fledged theme hacking.