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.
Modular allows you to create re-usable bits of referenced content. Kinda like blocks, but handled a little bit different.
This package contains sub-modules that will define particular types/classes of content bits. Each type is bundle-able and field-able. The separation is mostly there for conceptual grouping easier theming.
Slipscript is a module you'll love to hate. (Or hate to love?) It allows for the execution of arbitrary PHP scripts at URL's defined through the administrative interface. It is probably not dangerous but for now it will install into your system in a module group called "POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS CODE" just to be safe while the community weighs in on this idea.
The kdonaldson SCO Node module is an attempt to port jimbullington's SCO Node module to D8. It will allow nodes to be created that contain SCORM content. The SCO content can then be played and scored on a Drupal 8 site.
This is a module that provides a Panels plugin UI for embedding forms for properly configured Entities. This allows users to provide entity add/edit/delete forms inside of Page Manager pages, and to control the visibility and labelling of both Entity Properties as well as Fields. The ability to control Properties (aka meta-data) in the UI is the key advantage provided by EPF. Token support is another useful
This views filter provides a case-insensitive and unaccent searches functionality for filter criteria when using PostgresSQL database in Drupal.
Postgres need the "unaccent" extension in order to removes accents (diacritic signs) from lexemes and use "ILIKE" operator to make the match case-insensitive.
The module allows searches in multiple fields (select how many fields you want) or a single field (select only one field).
Field Defaults allows batch updating of default field values to existing content. When adding a new field to an entity you can update all existing content with the default value or when editing an existing field you can choose to also update all existing content with the new value.