Views module provides a flexible method for Drupal administrators to control how lists of posts are retrieved and presented. There are various views add on's that should be added here.

Views HTTP Headers

Module settings in Views

This module provides a views area plugin that allows you to specify custom http headers that should be output when the view is displayed.

For instance, you can output Cache-Control headers on a view that provides API data via JSON, thus ensuring your API always provides current information.

Alternatives

There are a few other modules that could help you do the same thing:

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Trovequery

The Trovequery module allows the use of Trove as a views datasource.

SQL Views API

This is an API module that provides an ability to integrate SQL views in Drupal.

Check out this guide about SQL Views in Drupal.

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Views Slideshow: SwiperJS

Adds a swiper slideshow type by integrating SwiperJS with Views Slideshow's API. SwiperJS provides basic loading of the Swiper JS library and this module connects Swiper's parameters with Views Slideshow's API so they can be configured through the Views admin UI.

Views Bootstrap Responsive Grid

Views Bootstrap Responsive Grid module enable you to take advantage of the Bootstrap 3 Grid System columns reset. With this module you can define the number of items per row for each breakpoints. All of this within the great configuration settings of the View module.

Views RSS Scald image

Scald RSS enclosure element Formatter in the views configure field

Synopsis

  • This is a extension module to the Views RSS module.
    Natively, the views RSS module support the insertion of images in the enclosure element of the RSS feed.
    To do so, once you select the image in the views, you configure the views field and select the "RSS enclosure element" formatter.
  • This extension module add the same functionnality if the image is a scald atom reference image.

Requirements

The views module and views rss module are required.

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Subscribe with RSS Subscribe to RSS - Views