Data Helpers - High Volume Time Series Storage & Analysis

Data Helper storage framework in Drupal to provide support for high volume data storage and analysis. Borrows many concepts and structures from the ArcHydro data model, but scope goes beyond a simple watershed data storage infrastructure to accomodate any geospatial and high volume time series dataset. Uses entity framework to optimize storage and retrieval in Drupal.

Simple OAuth 8.x-1.x

Simple OAuth is an implementation of the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework: Bearer Token specification.

Using OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token is very easy. See how you can get the basics working in less than a minute!

This project is focused in simplicity of use and flexibility. When deciding which project to use, also consider other projects like OAuth, an OAuth 1 implementation that doesn't rely on you having https in your production server.

Simple OAuth (OAuth2)

There are two significantly different versions of the Simple OAuth module. Version 8.x-1.x is targeted to a quick global authentication using bearer tokens. Version 8.x-2.x is a standard compliant OAuth2 server implementation.

Header image

The header Image module allows you to display an image on selected pages via a block with flexible display conditions covering all pages of a site.

It doesn't support displaying images as a CSS background image, but here's how to easily achieve this.

Integrating the Responsive FileManager with Drupal 7 and CKEditor

Responsive FileManager (RFM) is a free, open-source file manager that works with CKEditor. It's modern, beautiful, responsive, highly usable and harmonises well with CKEditor's minimalist "moono" skin. As well as nice features like drag and drop multi-file upload, file and folder management, RFM also allows sophisticated image editing via the Adobe Aviary photo editor.

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Setting header image as a CSS background image

At the time of writing the header image module doesn't support adding header images as a CSS background-image. Instead it simply displays the image field in a header image node. Using CSS background-images is more flexible in many use cases. Yes there are various background image modules but the advantage of using the header image module in this way is its ease of content management and full range of header image display conditions.


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