How to use the Resource Conflict module when creating a Course Schedule

Use case: I wanted to create a Course Schedule, where the user (faculty member) can select a number of Courses from a schedule.
If any of the selected courses are scheduled with conflicting dates, then an error message will be displayed to the user, indicating which of the Courses contain conflicts.

RESTful module - Best practices

The RESTful module achieves a practical RESTful for Drupal following best practices.

Further documentation and examples can be found at the RESTful module wiki.

Concept

The following also describes the difference between other modules such as RestWs and Services Entity.

Google Map Field

The Google Map Field module allows content creators and maintainers to add maps to content via
the addition of a "Google Map Field" field type that can be added to content
types.

Using the Google Map Field, the user can drop a marker on a map, set the
width, height and zoom factor of the map, and save the data for the map
with the node.

How to improve security on Drupal websites

Hiding Drupal Traits

Some users believe that hiding Drupal traits and characteristics may help prevent automated attacks on Drupal sites. This practice is controversial and has been disputed at Hide, obscure, or remove clues that a site runs on Drupal.

That being said, the following is a list of actions that you may take to attempt to conceal the fact that your site is running on Drupal:

Migrate CSV files using intermediary SQL tables

Using migrate-7.x-2.6-RC1.

Motivation

Have you ever had a problem that certain rows in the CSV files used for Migration were empty, or didn't
need to be imported because of bogus data / empty fields?

Or maybe your CSV data is de-normalised and you want to skip certain rows that would
map to the same entities, but because of the skipping, your migration always shows
Incomplete Migration? Isn't that annoying? Especially if there are other dependent migrations
on the incomplete one, which won't run unless executed with --force.

SpamSpan and the Email Field module

SpamSpan, https://www.drupal.org/project/spamspan, works with the Email Field module to provide modified email fields for use in content and Views.

Set up and configure Spamspan. Make sure SpamSpan works as a filter.

Set up and configure the Email Field module, https://www.drupal.org/project/email. Test the Email Field module by adding an email field to content.

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