New Drupal Modules
Under certain circumstances, Drupal will allow for aliases and redirects to override existing paths, and it does not check to see that a URL may be in use before allowing it. In some cases, this may be desirable, though in others it can cause confusion for users when this behavior leads to unexpected results.
This module performs these additional checks to validate redirects and aliases (both on the add/edit aliases form and on add/edit node forms) before saving, ensuring that they will never collide with the following:
From the http://jsonapi.org site:
If you’ve ever argued with your team about the way your JSON responses should be formatted, JSON API can be your anti-bikeshedding tool.
By following shared conventions, you can increase productivity, take advantage of generalized tooling, and focus on what matters: your application.
Clients built around JSON API are able to take advantage of its features around efficiently caching responses, sometimes eliminating network requests entirely.
Aegir Cloud allows aegir to create servers directly in cloud host providers like IBM Softlayer and Amazon Web Services.
- IBM Softlayer
In progress providers:
- Digital Ocean (80% done)
- Amazon Web Services
Adds the spoiler functionality to ckeditorRequirements
CKEditor Module - core
Spoiler plugin - http://ckeditor.com/addon/spoiler
Flag Module is a very effective module for tagging entities which - apparently - only handles two status: "flagged" and "unflagged", while I need now to know if an entity was even been flagged before. So, 3 status:
Provides a way to review content with automated checks like checking for insecure content.
Integrate Jaco with your Drupal website. Jaco allows you to watch and analyze your users’ behaviour.
This module adds their code to each page of your site using Drupal's block mechanism, allowing you to configure exactly which users, roles, pages etc should connect with Jaco.
It also adds a "custom session attribute" called "drupal-site-name" which contains your Drupal site name, and also allows you to configure a custom session attribute of your own.