Drupal & Storify, two technologies, two amazing products, one Drupal module to link them.

Overview

Storify is a site which allows you to make stories using tweets, photos, videos, or other social related stuff. You can easily drag and drop these items into one place, to make a story. You can then re-order the elements to improve the stories flow, and include your own text.
Storypal is the module who links Storify and Drupal.

Features for Drupal 7

Storypal provides a new field and an input filter for including storified Stories into your beloved content.
With Storypal, you can:

  • Create and edit stories within Drupal using the Storify interface
  • Embed stories using different templates into your content

Features for Drupal 6

Storypal provides a new field and an input filter for including storified Stories into your beloved content.
This version doesn't use the CCK field system, I'm not planning to add this into version 6 as long as there is no explicit demand; also it may force people to upgrade to D7.

Requirements

Drupal 6

Drupal 7

PHP

  • >= PHP 5.3

Known problems

None yet.

Tutorials

Storypal is a module which provides a "Storify field" and an "input filter".

The field

If the field is filled, Drupal will transform the URL into HTML when a user visit the page. Using the field gives you the power to use it everywhere in Drupal and other modules like Views and/or Display Suite for example.
This feature is only available on the Drupal 7 version of the module.

The input filter

Storypal allows you now to enable a filter for each available text format. It means that when you write a text in a node, you can add Storify tokens like: [storify:STORY_URL].
Those tokens will be replaced with the story embed.

To work properly, Storypal is using a standard Storify PHP class which can be used not only in Drupal, but in any PHP project, PSR-0 compliant.

Credits

Your ideas & patches are very welcome!

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