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This module fills in localities on the client side based on results from Bring's postal code service. The Bring postal code service is free, but has a volume limit.
Timed node page module provides plugin types for displaying certain content on a page based on timing. For example if you have a content type for homepages with this plugin you can create a page (controller) that will always show the newest published one. It also supports time ranges so that content can have end dates as-well.
Simply put: the module enables you to display the 'current' content of type X on one page. This module is intended for developers.
This is the new version jreject implementation for Drupal 8
Just install it and select you options, that's it
This module helps to delete more number of CCK fields from more than one content type at a time.
This module used with Toolbar Menu allow you can disable Administration and Shortcuts Toolbar menu.
It help you can create menu per client's role, help the client don't mess with the default current Drupal Administration menu.
How does it work?
Follow instruction of to create new menu for roles you need with Toolbar Menu
Different files (controllers, forms, etc.) based on core files that could have been a little more extendable.
Manage client connections and configuration to allow reusability and consistency with external clients.
This is a configuration repository for interacting with different services. It allows defining a plugin with methods to interact with that service's API. A configuration entity is passed in to the plugin when initialized, which the plugin can then use (for example: API keys). Handling clients this way also allows the clients to be resolved based on context (IE, it may resolve to global configuration, or possibly configuration based on the current route, user, etc.).
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I was explaining to my 12 year old, Ben, the pushback I am getting around making the Contribute module a dependency of the Webform module and how most people agree with the Contribute module's general concept and message but are unhappy about how and where I placed it. Ben shrugged and says "So basically you are holding up a protest sign, people are agreeing with it but because it is inconveniencing them and they are upset at you and want you to remove it".
So the Contribute module is a protest/political statement; I am okay with admitting that. Many of the expressed concerns are immediately addressed by the fact that there are three different mechanisms to remove the dependency. The beauty of open source is that, if you don't like something, you have the freedom to change it.
For anyone truly worried that the Webform module will indefinitely depend on the Contribute module, it’s worth noting that all protests, political statements, revolts, and revolutions have to end at some point (aka release).
For the time being, however, I am going to keep maintaining the Webform module as well as working on (and defending) the Contribute module.
The Contribute module is not going bring down your website
A few people have expressed concerns about the Contribute module being unneeded and fear it is posing a security risk. Considering people are trusting my 10000+ lines of code in Webform module on production websites to build forms and securely collect data, this seems a bit extreme. To my mind, what seems like the biggest security risk in the Drupal community is unmaintained and unstable modules running on 100,000's of websites. The Rules module is a great example of key Drupal module that is still in alpha releases while being used on a production website....Read More
We have had a tradition since 2005. Every new year we have a posting on the predictions for the year ahead for our beloved open source CMS and community. Sometimes this posting went up in december, sometimes in January. But never in February.
Time to start a new tradition, predict the year ahead from February on :-)
Leave a comment if you do think that blogging will get hip again, RSS will gain new ground. What will the roll of the Drupal Association be in the new year? Where will the next DrupalCon be? Will the community grow and in what direction? API first, customer first, mobile first?
Polish your crystal ball and tell us what the future of Drupal wil be.
And yes, this posting was once month late. Apologies. Feel free to predict when the new prediction posting will go up on d.o :-)
So do post your predictions at https://www.drupal.org/forum/general/news-and-announcements/2018-02-11/predictions-for-2018.
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