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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).
This module adds a new "Rest Export Feed" view display type, allowing "REST Export" displays to be attached to other Views displays. This behaves in the same way as the core "Feed" display type, which permits the attachment of RSS feeds to other displays (among other things).
This module allows site builders to attach multiple view attachments to a parent display via a tabbed interface. Attachments will still inherit exposed and contextual filters of the parent display.
The demo in the following link shows Views Attachment Tabs in action; A parent page view is configured to display a summary of fake invoices in addition to providing a start/end date filter. A further two attachment views are displayed in tabs attached to the parent, listing the paid/unpaid invoice data accordingly.
Entity based mapping infrastructure. Leverages the Entity API CRUD to assemble maps, but provides only text-rendering capability out of the box. Supports plugin architecture for any rendering engine to supply rendered map layer classes, and has a table for storage of the configurations for these rendered displays. Will define an API for access to Maps and initial development is focusing on sub-modules for plugin integration with various rendering libraries such as Leaflet, Mapserver and d3.
A Views handler allowing you to create relationships between taxonomy terms and entities, based on the terms' hierarchical descendants.
For example, given a vocabulary 'Animal' containing terms such as Vertebrate, Mammal, Cat, Dog, etc, and a Person entity with a term-reference field 'Pet', you could create a view listing all people with pets that are Mammals (including descendants such as Cats and Dogs) using the existing 'has taxonomy term (with depth)' contextual filter.
Views Custom Style is targeted at themers. It allows you to limit the amount of custom template files for your Displays. It also adds more flexibility as all resulting rows and fields can be printed within one template file. Only 2 templates remain, the wrapper (views-view.tpl.php) and the custom style wrapper (views-view-custom.tpl.php).