Respond.js

This Drupal module provides IE 6-8 support for responsive themes. It uses Respond.js, delivering lightweight, fast support for min-width and max-width CSS3 media queries. This module simply loads the JS library and optionally supports Libraries API.

Respond.js lives on Github, so look for documentation, code, and downloads over there.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Integration

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Integration is a very simple module that will demo integration of Drupal with Microsoft Dynamics CRM online.

Block Slider

Block Slider is another "slideshow" module for Drupal 7.

Its source is a port of the project "Featured Content Slider" (http://drupal.org/project/content_slider) which has no version for Drupal 7.

Some new features are added :
- support of multiple slideshows on a same page
- more parameters in settings
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Symfony integration

Description

This module allows to bind Drupal with a Symfony application.

Benefits

This module allows to get best of both worlds, CMS and frameworks.

Installation and upgrades

See the INSTALL.txt file.

Symfony pages

A Symfony page delegates whole page construction to a Symfony action.

Go to admin/build/symfony, then click 'Add a Symfony page'
Define a title (Drupal's page title)
Give a unique key
Set the Uri of your page. This Uri should be defined by a route in your Symfony application (probably in your routing.yml config file).
So this Uri defines a module/action pair in your Symfony application.

Example:
Title: Hello World !
Key: hello-world
Uri: hello

Symfony blocks

A Symfony block is a standard Drupal block but add a parameter: a slot name.

Go to admin/build/block, then click 'Add a Symfony block'
So you can define a slot name in order to be mapped with a slot in Symfony.

Filter

Symfony module defines a Drupal filter.
You can enable it, go to admin/settings/filters
(For instance, in the Full HTML input format).

Then, when you write HTML in textarea, you can enter placeholders like:
{symfony://module/component}

This 'Url' identifies a Symfony component in a module of your bound application.

You can add parameters to this Url.

Easy Social

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Easily add share buttons to your nodes!

Centered in a single place, you don't need to worry in including external javascript libraries, and enabling several social modules.

Despite a bunch of other social modules, this module fits exactly if you want simple share buttons without worrying about messy configurations.

Easy Social is available both as blocks, attached to nodes, comments and also as a Views field.

The following widgets are included by default:

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Google+ Services

It's a add on to services links. With this you can add google+ to your site.

Pages

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