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 project creates a new Webform field type called 'smart_ip' that uses the Smart IP module to provide additional data about the form submitter in hidden fields. The data will show up on the Results/Submissions admin pages, but will be hidden on the form submission.
This could be beneficial for lead generation sites that needs to filter leads by city or state.
The Data Warehouse module provides an easy to extend API to store/retrieve current and historical data that could be used for creating trending reports for senior management reporting such as annual and quarterly comparisons, among other use cases.
Are you sure you did everything to secure your site and cover your ***?! Try this module!
The Drupal Audit tool is a complete solution for Drupal shops and Organizations seeking more control over "who is doing what" in their systems.
It was written to provide you with additional auditing capabilities so a Drupal Shop (or a security team within an organization) can provide a much wider picture accounting who addressed which data helping find patterns like wrong data insertion, typing mistakes, malfunctioning form, automatic form submission, malicious employees and more..
User Recording module lets you record what your website visitors are doing on the website in form of mouse movement, clicking, typing and scrolling. It's a simple version of functionality similiar to services like mouseflow.com or Crazy Egg.
It's meant to be used to get a knowledge about how your visitor percieves your website. So what it does is track your visitors mouse movements, clicks, typing and scrolling. With that data you can playback any session of any visitor.
Supported by the Drupal Computing module, this module helps you manage machine learning libraries written in Java and Python so that you can use them to process Drupal data in a distributed computing environment. The module does two things:
Check and report what Java and Python libraries are installed on your machine.
Install Java/Python libraries using "drush make". (to be implemented)
Autocompleting addresses is one of the small steps to create a better web experience. The API of postcode.nl offers autocompletion functionality for addresses located in The Netherlands. This module integrates this service into Webform by creating a component that automatically fills in the street name and city when the user provides his/her postal code and house number.
OG SimpleStats provides some basic group statistics including total post count, total member count, and total comment count (coming soon). This module is meant as a lightweight alternative to OG Statistics. OG Statistics also has not released a Drupal 7 port yet, so this module serves those sites looking for basic group statistics.
I've always been fascinated by the numbers and I like playing with them.
This module has been created to fill a gap when you're using the VotingAPI with Fivestar module.
The most common use of this module will be in Views, to sort entities using values computed by a new function.
It's a neat little JS script that adds a bar of performance metrics to the bottom of your screen.
Only default options right now.
I am working on adding an admin form where you can control which stats show up in the bottom, and an alter to add your own stats, but I'm trying to keep it done in a performant way. The default options are pretty good anyway, as all of the stats on there are useful.