New Drupal Modules
Provides Apple Pay payment method for Drupal Commerce (through Stripe).
Module is currently under active development. Please follow this issue to get updates on development progress.
Web components are the future. Not layout systems, not template engines, not endless tpl files. Webcomponents.org is an emerging web industry standard to replace all of that. This module allows your front end people to develop exclusively in things like polymer and to have no knowledge of Drupal to do work for Drupal.
It has support for multiple component engines but we initially support Polymer which is incredibly powerful for creating simple reusable, well documented templates.
This module allows you to specify the correct answer for a poll question. When the correct answer has been selected, poll takers will see the correct answer displayed above the poll results.
This module is an add-on to the Poll module provided with Drupal core.
Provides a Modal widget for the Field Collection module.
After enabling the module, go to admin/structure/types/manage/CONTENT_TYPE/fields and switch the widget to "Modal".
Module allows add and edit field collection items via Ctools Modal dialog.Requirements
Spiritual successor to Entity Operations on Drupal 7. Code coming soon.
Simple end point for load balancers to check your Drupal sites health.
This module was developed initially to allow Amazon AWS Elastic Load Balancing to check health of application instances. See more here: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/latest/classic/elb-getti...
This module provides a Views Bulk Operations action to export view rows to CSV file.
This module lets the content authors or users with specific permissions to embed any view as a block to be placed in any region of the page and the content to be passed in the view can be put at the time of placing the block.
This module also enables the author to pass contextual filters in any view from content authoring page only.
This is well integrated with panels and panels ipe modules. The page author can place views in blocks and can pass context without having to create the fields in the backend for applying context in the views.
Integrates CiviCRM's Message Templates with the Features module. After this module is enabled, you will see a new "CiviCRM Message Templates" section in the Features UI that lists the available templates.
This module adds a Telephone component/field type for Webforms.
It's similar to the Telephone module in that it's lightweight on features. There is no validation of the entered text. In fact, unless you have the Elements module enabled, this will simply be a plain old textfield.
The *.ics field module provides a field type, along with a widget and a formatter that, when added to a node and combined with a Datetime field can produce *.ics (iCalendar) files that can be used with an email/calendar client program.REQUIREMENTS
This module requires the following modules to be installed/enabled:
User data synchronization from Drupal Systems to LDAP Server.
Site admins can configure what content can be displayed in the noscript tag. Admins can add plain text or markup in the noscript tag via this module.
Jumper provides a simple integration with Jump.js, a small, modern, dependency-free smooth scrolling library.
Follow Me provides an API for keeping track of what views, taxonomy terms, etc.
a user has viewed leading up to viewing the current page.
Provides a queue handler for Webform to store form submissions in a queue.
Old Namespace - https://www.drupal.org/project/yamlform_queue