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It's a youtube playlist module. It helped in fetching playlist videos to our site. Once we've installed module then we have to replace playlist-id and and key value. After that we are all set to fetch videos from playlist.
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Using 3D-Printed Trophies and Community Tournaments to Increase Player Engagement - by Matt Linsangan
If you've been doing Drupal development for any amount of time, chances are that you have installed the Drupal Code to help you write clean, compliant code. Coder allows you to check your Drupal code against the Drupal coding standards and other best practices using PHP_CodeSniffer. It can be configured to work in your IDE, and also works on the command line.
Writing code according to standards helps avoid common errors, and helps teams understand the code faster.
I installed Coder using Composer per the well written instructions. Using this method installs it globally, so I can use it on all of my projects, and installs all the dependencies, including PHP_CodeSniffer.
I recently was tasked with working on a Wordpress site, and I started looking into the WordPress Coding Standards. My setup didn't jive with the standard installation method since I already had PHP_CodeSniffer installed globally using composer. I had to do a little digging to add these additional standards to my already installed setup.
Here is a quick recap on how to install Coder using composer.Install Coder composer global require drupal/coder
To make the commands available globally, add this line to your .~/bash_profile, and that it is sourced (or restarted your terminal).# Composer recommended PATH export PATH="$PATH:$HOME/.composer/vendor/bin"
Tell phpcs where the Drupal and DrupalPractice standards are located:phpcs --config-set installed_paths ~/.composer/vendor/drupal/coder/coder_sniffer
Verify it worked with:phpcs -i
You should see:The installed coding standards are MySource, PEAR, PHPCS, PSR1, PSR2, Squiz, Zend, Drupal, and DrupalPractice
You can now navigate to your Drupal project and run the following command to use:phpcs --standard=Drupal file.nameInstall Wordpress Coding Standards
Thanks to some help I found in the issue queue, here are the steps to install the Wordpress Coding Standards globally using composer.composer global require wp-coding-standards/wpcs:dev-master
Again, to make these commands available globally, make sure you have this line in your ~/.bash_profile, and that it is sourced (or restarted your terminal).# Composer recommended PATH export PATH="$PATH:$HOME/.composer/vendor/bin"
Like we did with Drupal, we need to tell phpcs where the Wordpress standards are located. We use the same installed_paths configuration set, and use a comma to list both the Drupal and Wordpress paths.phpcs --config-set installed_paths $HOME/.composer/vendor/drupal/coder/coder_sniffer,$HOME/.composer/vendor/wp-coding-standards/wpcs
Verify it worked with:phpcs -i
You should now see:The installed coding standards are MySource, PEAR, PHPCS, PSR1, PSR2, Squiz, Zend, Drupal, DrupalPractice, WordPress, WordPress-Core, WordPress-Docs, WordPress-Extra and WordPress-VIP
You can now navigate to your Wordpress project and run the following command to use:phpcs --standard=Wordpress file.nameAdd aliases
If you've worked with me, or read my posts before, you know I love aliases. They streamline your process and help make you more productive. Add these aliases into your .bash_profile, .bashrc, or wherever you keep your aliases, and source it, or restart your terminal.alias drupalcs="phpcs --standard=Drupal --extensions='php,module,inc,install,test,profile,theme,css,info,txt,md'" alias wpcs="phpcs --standard=Wordpress"
After this you can simply type drupalcs folder_name or wpcs file.name and start writing better code!Acknowledgements
Thanks to Micheal Porter, Albert Jankowski, and Mike Acklin for the technical review of this article, and to all the maintainers!
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CKEditor Tweetable Text - is an extension to the Drupal 8 CKEditormodule.
Provides an input filter and WYSIWYG plugin for making text in content tweetable, just by clicking on the sentance or phrase itself! .
This module provides integration with the Incapsula Imperva: Web Application Firewall. It allows the purging of content and assets when they are saved. A complete purge of the cache is supported through the provided cache hooks in Drupal.
Next to this there is the management of whitelisted IPs, blacklisted IPS, blocked URLs and blocked country/continents through Incapsula from Drupal.SETUP
To start using this module do the following: