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 module has no UI, enable it to ensure that the default product shown to users on the add to cart form is an in-stock item. This is helpful for e-commerce stores with a large number of low stock product variants.
When migrate from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7, there are several tables in Drupal 6 which is the same as Drupal 7.
What I need do is copy it from Drupal6 to Drupal7. So I decide write a general module base on migrate to solve this issue.
If I migrate uc_addresses from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7, base on this module, it is very easy:
This module turns your site in to an AngularJS application. Its goal is to help you start using Angular on your site very quickly, optionally using popular contrib modules for retrieving JSON data from local RESTful endpoints.
Entity Print allows you to print any entity to PDF by providing a menu call back (entityprint/[entity_type]/[entity_id]) controlled by a permission for the print action, a view mode for configuring the display and takes advantage of wkhtmltopdf for the PDF conversion.
The module is very light weight compared to other modules like the Print module.
Enables one to use both an admin title and a display title for a node. The admin title will appear on admin related pages, whilst the "display" title will be displayed to site visitors. This enables the creation of more meaningful content titles for site administrators, while at the same time, providing site visitors with a different, more appropriate content title.
Detects when new releases of Drupal are available and triggers a build on a continuous integration server. This can be used as part of a continuous integration pipeline where upgrades are carried out automatically by the CI server. Build triggers are flexible and it's possible to choose whether security upgrades only should trigger a build and also whether core, modules or themes should act as a trigger.
Jenkins CI Server is supported out of the box and the module can be extended to work with additional CI server types, such as Travis, Go or others.