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Comic Book Antics - by Gregory Pellechi

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:44am
Video games owe a lot to comic books, not just because they’re both part of nerd culture but because they’re both visual mediums doing storytelling. Here are some lessons we can learn from comic books and Stan Lee when it comes to game writing.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

A Team-Oriented Approval Process - by Timothy Ryan

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:43am
How well the team works out creative differences is discernible in the end product. Quality suffers when the team cannot balance the input of many personalities. This can be tackled with a team-oriented approval process.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

How to build world and tell stories in VR - Part 2 - by Michela Rimensberger

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:43am
In the first part of 'how to build worlds and tell stories in VR' we emphasized on the aspects of worldbuilding order to create a consistent self-contained fantasy universe. This part sheds light on VR specific difficulties and how to tackle them.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

The Epic Store, In Its Current State, is Not Good for Anyone. - by David Galindo

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:42am
Epic puts in 12% of the effort with an abysmal game launcher, few user features, but fantastic incentives for indie developers.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Video: On Twine - by Abigail Corfman

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:42am
A talk by Abigail Corfman on how to design text-based games using Twine. Uses interactive fiction as a vehicle for talking about game design principles in general. Given to the Ukraine Gameloft studio on August 2, 2018.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Paying for Power in Matchmade Games - by Andrew Erridge

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:41am
Like most players, knowing that players can pay for power in a game of skill make me feels gross just on the surface, but let’s talk about how it manifests in still stranger ways below the surface.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Sharing economy, revolutionizing the VIP gaming experience - by Jason Kong

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:34am
Leasing VIP game accounts, a cheap alternative to experiencing high level/priced items
Categories: Game Theory & Design

How Do Free Apps Make Money in 2018? - by Aleksandra Bessalitskykh

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:32am
If you are thinking of developing an app and are unsure how a free app brings profit, the following article provides clarification.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Designing A Social Cooking Game From Scratch - by Varun Ramachandran

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 10 December 2018 - 6:30am
This post is a summary of my experience designing a social cooking game.I will be covering each phase of the design process on a high level and hopefully, it sheds some light on the game and what made it successful. Thank you for your time!
Categories: Game Theory & Design

OpenSense Labs: Drupal Lays The Foundation For Every Enterprise

Planet Drupal - 10 December 2018 - 6:04am
Drupal Lays The Foundation For Every Enterprise Akshita Mon, 12/10/2018 - 19:34

Global leading enterprises, brands, governments, and universities are experiencing the power of Drupal to engage with their audience through their websites and beyond. In a quest to lead the digital transformation experience, Drupal helps them manage and deliver a host of content across channels and devices. 

Worldwide, the organizations are looking for a solution that will support their active community, growing businesses, and user experience. With technological innovations speeding up, be careful when you are choosing the CMS for your enterprise. 

Enterprises’ demands, stakeholders’ demands, future requirements - choosing the right technology is a tough call. However, more and more organizations are leveraging Drupal for enterprise website development. 

Fulfilling the business requirements as well as meeting the technical aspects, Drupal is used 7 times the number of top sites as its next two competitors combined (BuiltWith.com)


What is the Market Demand Like?

In one of its reports, Statista predicts the size of the enterprise content management (ECM) market worldwide to reach $67 billion by 2022.

The possible spike in the graph is likely due to digital transformation which has become a key strategy for every organization. In order to make the most of the data and information the focus is moving from managing content to using content to support process productivity with simple intuitive backend technology. 

In this scenario, the information control and governance features of Enterprise Content Management move to the background, and content presentation comes to the fore. 

Reliable, scalable, secure, flexible, presentation-friendly, future-proof to sustain the content without hampering the performance of your website. Can Drupal manage the unending list of demands? 

Drupal is Fostering Billion Dollar Businesses…

Drupal can manage, in fact, it is very well doing in that matter. Fostering billion dollar businesses under the aegis of its brand. The list includes names like Tesla Motors, The Economist, Puma, Pfizer, Timex, LO’real, Honda, Johnson and Johnson, and a million others. 

Drupal 8 rightly taps into the concentrated innovation from its open source community. 

Taking advantage from its open source community, Drupal derives the most value by being flexible while keeping its core robust without compromising on security providing with new capabilities for successful digital experiences.

Acknowledging that enterprise solutions often demand complex requirements, Drupal has it sorted for you.

5 Unconventional Reasons to Choose Drupal For Your Enterprise

With Drupal, you can build a powerful website that’s optimized for every device, personalized for every visitor, and integrates with all your marketing tools.

Here are some of the solid reasons which make Drupal an excellent candidate for the enterprise of any scale or vertical.

With the new technological developments, Drupal meets these unconventional market demands just right. 

  1. Content Presentation with a Headless Architecture
    Customer experience is the new standard to measure the success of your online business, so much so that even the commerce is going headless. Supporting a headless architecture, Drupal can integrate frontend technologies like React and Angular to give a new dimension to the digital experience. Today, headless is destined to take user experience to a whole new level where the experience itself can be merchandised.
     
  2. Balancing the Hardware-Software Relationship
    With changing demands, enterprises are entering new ways to distribute the content. The dramatic increase in smartphone usage and portable devices have triggered the emergence of stand-alone software apps. This requires an easy integration matrix between hardware devices (say an Apple Watch) and a data management system (software) to present the content in the desired format. This is especially important as a medical device CMS
     
  3. Personalization with Machine Learning and Predictive UX
    Bringing together advanced analytic capabilities, data mining, real-time scoring, and machine learning enterprises are trying to discover patterns in data and forecast events to offer the best digital user experience. In fact, 65% of customers are more likely to shop at a store or online business that sent relevant and personalized promotions.

    For enterprises, machine learning has the ability to scale across a broad range of businesses. 

    Acquia Lift Connector, a Drupal module, offers integration with the Acquia Lift service and an improved user experience for web personalisation, testing and targeting directly on the front end of your website.

    It leverages machine learning to automatically recommend content based on what a user is currently looking at or has looked in the past. It has the feature of real-time adaptive targeting that refines segments while A/B helps in keeping the users engrossed with the content that resonates.

  4. Chatbots to Drive the Business Value
    Providing a conversational UI that communicate with the users and is vital for an organization, you can't afford to miss Chatbots in your website. Understanding what users want to know, pass on the information to the backend, and provide them with quick and better responses. Chatbot API, in Drupal helps integrate chatbots with your website. 

  5. Exploring Markets with AR and VR
    Drupal leads by an example when it comes to innovating with technologies outside of its periphery. By the year 2022, the market size of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality is forecasted to increase by humungous levels as can be seen in the graph below.

    Source: Statista


    Several examples of VR applications built on top of Drupal 8 have been presented in the community. One of the famous examples of VR built on Drupal is the 'The Drupal site of Massachusetts State University' (a fictional university).


    Augmented Reality has a lot to offer to different industries, with transportation, sports, education, and healthcare reaping the most benefits out of it. More recently with Google adding AR to its maps for a street view mode.

     

The Conventional Reasons to Opt for Drupal 
  1. It is Easy To Build

    With Drupal 8.6 “quick-start” command, launching a Drupal site is easy in one command using only one dependency, PHP. Setting up a demo website no longer requires you to have setup a web server, a database, containers, or anything else.

    A fully functional Drupal demo application can be downloaded and installed in less than two minutes. 

    Providing easy-to-set-up solutions with distribution, the development time is cut by half. 

    Enabling companies to deploy core features and functionality rapidly, it allows easier customization as per their business requirements. It is easier to choose the layout and themes for your Drupal website, as themes and appearances are just a click away. With features simplified to make non-developers comfortable around Drupal, the editorial capabilities have been made fluent and easy.

  2. Drupal is Secure

    Used by hundreds and thousands of websites, Drupal’s core, codes, and passwords are repeatedly encrypted and hashed to strengthen the life of your website.

     Supported by experts, and a large and continuously growing community, it has a dedicated security team to patch any probable security violation.

    Frequent Updates

    In case of any security update, the community ensures that you get notified the day patches are released. Security release windows are released every Wednesday for contributed projects, and the third Wednesday of every month for core, usually, for a fixed period of time.

    Even though the release window does not necessarily mean that a release will actually be rolled out on that date, it exists for the site administrators to know in advance the days they should look out for a possible security release.

    Security Modules

    In addition to the proven security of core, numerous contributed modules can strengthen the security of your website. These modules extend the security by adding password complexity, login, and session controls, increasing cryptographic strength, and improving Drupal' logging and auditing functions. Additional security modules like security kit, captcha, paranoia, Drupal Security Review can be used as a checklist to test and check for many of the easy-to-make mistakes making your site vulnerable.  

    Security Team and Working Group

    The security team works closely with the Drupal Security Working Group (SecWG), comprising dozens of experts from around the world to validate and respond to security issues, aim being - to ensure that core and contributed project system provides world-class security and provide security practices to community developers.

    Its core is designed to prevent any possible security breach. Vulnerabilities in the core are coordinated with branch maintainers and individual project maintainers respectively.

    Drupal has proven to be a secure solution for enterprise needs and is used by top-tier enterprises.

  3. Drupal is Scalable and Flexible

    Another salient feature that makes it popular among businesses. When concerning web technology, enterprises require the ability to handle considerable traffic throughout - especially if it is a media and entertainment site.

    Drupal has stood both the test of time and traffic spike.

    Its ability to make the framework extensible via its modules and distributions is at the heart of much of its success. While it has enabled the core to sustain the bulk of the content, its way to streamline the demands of new industries by allowing them to address their needs in the form of custom modules and distributions has given it more satisfactory customer reviews. 

    One matter that addresses the worries of enterprises is the cost of maintenance. Many government and non-government organizations have migrated to Drupal to avoid the licensing and maintenance cost of the proprietary systems.  

  4. Excels at Faster and Responsive Development

    According to Google’s official statement, more than 50% of search queries globally now come from mobile devices. People want to be able to find answers as fast as possible and various studies have proved that people really do care about the loading speed.

    And that is why a recent Google release says that page speed will be a ranking factor for mobile searches from July 2018. It’s high time that you take the combination of performance and mobile responsiveness as a serious factor for improving visibility and revenue from the web. It is very important to have an AMP friendly website. 

    Drupal 8 is built for a mobile-first world. Everything in version 8 supports mobile responsive design. Its admin and default designs are responsive for both developers and content authors providing a responsive front-end theming framework.

    Increasing the loading speed of your web page opens numerous doors for business. And when users can view your Drupal website the same way on a desktop and mobile devices you cannot be having second thoughts.

    Mobile responsiveness helps you deliver the optimal mobile visitor experience. It supports the best responsive design practices and ensures that your users get a coherent experience anytime and every time.  

  5. Supports Multi-site Functionalities

    Given that your organization is running more than one site, the maintenance and management would require big bucks and time. But with the multi-site feature you can share one single Drupal installation (which includes core code, contributed modules, and themes) among other several sites.

    Enterprises, this way, can handle complex requirements from a single Drupal installation which implies that less time and resources are required to build your network of websites.

    One can manage any number of sites across their organization or brand, crossing geographies and campaigns from a single platform that allows swift and uncomplicated site creation and deployment.

    This is particularly useful for managing the core code since each upgrade only needs to be done once. While each site will have its own database and configuration settings to manage their own content, the sites would be sharing one code base and web document root.

    The multisite feature can be used for sites with the same features and functionalities. But if you have different functionalities it is better to test each site independently.

Drupal For Every Enterprise

Realizing the needs of every industry is different, Drupal has something for everyone.

Media and entertainment

Editing and Scalability

Media and entertainment websites worldwide use Drupal for their online platforms for seamless editing and scalability. The list of over one million organizations includes The Economist, ET Online, MTV(UK), The Grammy, The Emmy, The Weather.com, The Beatles, and Warner Bros Music.

Scalability is all about quantity - how many requests and amount of information you can handle at any given time without breaking or bending. Supporting some of the world’s most visited sites, Drupal is the other name of scalability.

Allowing easy content editing and management, which media and entertainment websites look for, it provides it all with WYSIWYG and CKEditor without another weighty feature.

SaaS

Community solutions:

SaaS enterprises are using Drupal to build the platform for their product as well as a community to engage with the clients and followers. It is easy to develop the platforms and then keep on adding the features in the later phase.

Given that community platforms are one of the key needs of SaaS organizations which allow the domain for the prospects and help the product and community to grow alike, distributions like OpenSocial offer great help.

Zoho is one of the SaaS products using Drupal for its community platforms.

E-commerce

E-commerce functionalities

Providing easy payment gateway to conduct online transactions, Drupal ensures the customer information passes seamlessly and remains safe.

Its core commerce payment module and distributions (Drupal commerce and Commerce KickStart) support the payment API, for a smooth payment collection procedure, through the check out form.

Supporting Paypal Express Checkout and Paypal Credit along with Amazon Pay, it lets you reach a wider audience by letting your shoppers complete the payment and shipping information stored on their Amazon accounts.

Lush is a Drupal patron. 

Tour and travel

For a potential traveler, your site shouldn’t look like just-another-information-brochure on the web. The need for an end-to-end solution to integrate all the minute details (from hotel booking to landing back) has never been greater.  

Booking Engine:

Providing two of the best booking solutions for your website:

  • EasyBooking - Distribution
  • BAT - Module

A complete solution for your vacation portal, BAT allows you to build an exclusive booking engine for a better customer relationship management. And EasyBooking gives a set of options to your visitors to make room reservations, contact hotel administration, or just sign-up for the hotel’s newsletter to be aware of the special offers and discounts.

FMCG

Theming

A design which resonates with your brand, interests and engages with your visitors is what you should indulge your resources in developing.

It’s the psychological effect which drives the visitor to make a transaction or to explore provided possibilities throughout the interface. Every landing page matters.

Regardless of your showcased products, Drupal themes provide sound navigation throughout the categories and sections with in-built hero banners’ section and pop-ups which are definitely customizable.

Additional modules can be further used to build an industry-specific theme. In order to cope up with varied demands, it provides more than two thousand easy and free to use themes on the go.

WholeFoods is built on Drupal.

Government and Non-Government

Cost and Security:

In 2012 when the Georgian government shifted to Drupal, the first reason to dump its previous CMS (Vignette) was its rising maintenance costs. 

Running a total of 65 state websites on two different versions of this proprietary system proved to be costly in the long run

Another decisive factor for government websites, uncompromised security is why government organizations are opting for Drupal. Around 150 governments are already powered by it. Just like the Georgian government, costs have been a significant factor affecting the choice of government and non-government agencies.  

Higher Education

Distributions:

To quickly build your higher education website, distributions provide an easy opportunity to build the website halving the development time and providing quick features. Opigno and OpenEDU are two of the distributions used widely by the higher-ed websites.

Drupal is most widely used CMS in the education sector no wonder why top international universities like the Harvard, Brown, Yale, Pennsylvania, and Columbia rely on it.

Harvard and Oxford are built on Drupal. 

HealthCare and Life Sciences

Content and User access control:

It can conform to any workflow that can be programmed with just a few configurations available. You can identify different types of content such as text, images, comments, file attachments, and any other information on your website for easy content integration and management.

Pfizer, a leading pharma organization is built on Drupal. 

Drupal As an Enterprise Management System

The need for an intranet system cannot be emphasized enough. For your business to grow by leaps and bounds, it is necessary to establish clear communication within your organization.

As your business expands, the need for an intranet system which can help in storage and sharing of data increases. ECMS is different from the web content management system in the way that the former is specifically designed for enterprise websites and is more dynamic.

Drupal allows building ECMS in two ways, either by using its modules and features or with the third party configuration. Its integration capabilities help the website to serve as a central content management system integrated with other necessary advancements.

Drupal Is Easier To Manage

Drupal isn’t hard to use, but it can be hard to learn how to use. Even though it requires more technical experience it is capable of producing exceptionally advanced sites. There is a WYSIWYG editor and drag-and-drop functionality to ease out the process and help you start straight away.

The release of version 8 has made the platform easier to use even for non-developers(and it includes content authors). Managing your website is easy as the community platform provides you with necessary documentation and answers in case you get stuck.

Summary

Being one of the leading technologies in the market, Drupal gives your enterprise the features and flexibility to innovate as per your visitor behavior and preferences.

We’d love to hear your thoughts. To get in touch, drop a mail at hello@opensenselabs.com and let us know how we can enhance your statistics with Drupal.

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Open Portal Media

New Drupal Modules - 10 December 2018 - 4:19am

Adds core media support for Open Portal distribution.

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OPTASY: How to Scale a Web Application in Drupal: Latest Techniques to Easily Scale Your Web App with Drupal 8

Planet Drupal - 10 December 2018 - 3:47am
How to Scale a Web Application in Drupal: Latest Techniques to Easily Scale Your Web App with Drupal 8 radu.simileanu Mon, 12/10/2018 - 11:47

It's a fact: “the next generation” of web apps aren't just extremely fast, they're highly scalable, as well. Which brings us to the next question: “How do you scale a web application in Drupal?”

What tools, best practices, and latest techniques do you use for leveraging Drupal 8's scalability capabilities?

For ensuring that your custom web app will keep on scaling to:
 

  • handle sudden spikes in traffic
  • avoid downtime 
  • withstand “surprise” content overloads
     

Well, here they come:
 

1. But Is Drupal Scalable? How Scalable? 

Let's just say that:

Drupal's built with scalability in mind and that Drupal 8 is... extremely scalable.

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Level Up Your Classroom With Tabletop RPGs

Gnome Stew - 10 December 2018 - 3:00am

In an unpublished dissertation, Alice Pitt (1995 – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education) noted that “learning about content is not the same thing as learning from it.  In other words…learning is something more than a series of encounters with knowledge; learning entails, rather, the messier and less predictable process of becoming implicated in knowledge” (p.298). As such, gaming tables are undoubtedly places where informal learning happens. The growing variety and accessibility of tabletop roleplaying games present educators with powerful tools to provide students with the agency to shape the trajectory of their learning within and outside traditional classroom settings. From traditional subjects such as mathematics, science, history, and art, to social skills and resiliency, RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons can serve as powerful tools with which to collaboratively interact with curriculum materials and the world beyond the gaming table.

“RPG Math”

Whether you realize it or not, gaming tables are informal spaces to practice math. The variable interplay between rolling dice and mathematical formulas to determine narrative outcomes results in opportunities to make math feel real and beneficial. I’ve never been good at math, but I’ve always been good at what I call RPG math. By that, I’m referring to any math that would involve dice rolling or using a character sheet (aka player spreadsheet). From the shape recognition and geometry associated with using polyhedral dice to the basic operations of arithmetic required during character creation and turn taking, there’s no denying that many popular RPGs, particularly the dice-heavy D20 or Year Zero engines, are exercises in mathematics. Let’s not forget that character sheets are essentially spreadsheets.

A few of my favourite RPGs for practicing math:

  • Dungeons & Dragons
  • Pathfinder
  • Coriolis
“The History & Science Books You Always Wanted”

Photo by Kiron Mukherjee

Whether it be indirectly or directly, analog games draw on the collective experiences of humanity to inform their worlds. Just take a look at the genre staple Dungeons & Dragons. From the multitude of fantastical creatures to the arms and armour players use, almost everything has a parallel in the cultural or natural history of the earth. Even the Magic: The Gathering crossover world of Amonkhet (a fantasy Egypt) demonstrates the lengths to which the most popular RPG in the world takes inspiration from reality. Some games take it even further by encouraging players to develop culturally relative perspectives of history. Two of these games immediately stand out, both for their attention to historical detail and educational intentions. Night Witches by Jason Morningstar draws players into the fictional lives of real-life WWII aviators of the 588th Night Bomber Regiment – known to the Germans as Nachthexen or Night Witches. This Powered by the Apocalypse game is particularly popular with my students at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), who enjoy continuing their education of WWII through gaming…all while playing in the museum’s galleries! The second is Thousand Arrows by James Mendez Hodes and Brennan Taylor, another Powered by the Apocalypse title which takes place during Japan’s Warring States period (the Sengoku Jidai). I myself have also endeavoured to author an RPG for educational purposes – Ross Rifles. As an educator, few roleplaying games have helped me teach science like The Warren by Marshall Miller. In this indie RPG, players assume the role of intelligent rabbits navigating the natural world and the dangers of being at the bottom of the food chain. The Warren is an excellent example of how science can come to life in the form of a story game. From the stellar art by Shel Kahn to the text, it so perfectly captures and communicates one aspect of the natural world. I took this a step further and co-created a rules-light RPG called Zany Zoo. In Zany Zoo, players take on the roles of animals escaping captivity. Think Madagascar meets Finding Nemo/Finding Dory.

A few of my favourite games for engaging with history & science:

  • Night Witches
  • The Warren
  • Thousand Arrows
  • TimeWatch
“Level Up” Your Social Skills

Despite all of the above, playing RPGs are first and foremost opportunities for human connection and community. Aside from the amazing human beings I’ve met playing and designing RPGs, these games have personally provided me with the opportunity to internalize and communicate my feelings, develop self-confidence, and flex my creative muscles. With both the Royal Ontario Museum and Level Up Gaming, I have nearly 7 years of experience using tabletop RPGs to facilitate opportunities of people with autism and other disabilities to develop their social skills. During this time, outlined on episode 3 of the Asians Represent! Podcast, I came to appreciate perhaps the most powerful educational aspect of the RPG hobby. The seemingly intuitive “unwritten rules of social behaviour” are naturally codified by games. A session of any tabletop RPG is a highly structured and safe social environment. There are rules of engagement, objectives, and moderation. While gaming, everyone at the table is tasked with recognizing and defining problems, exploring options, considering strategies, putting their plan into action, and reflecting on the process and outcome. Unlike multiplayer video games, those of the tabletop variety provide uniquely democratic spaces for exploration. Everyone at the table is involved to a degree that they are comfortable with, and analog games have the narrative and mechanical freedom to be tailor-made to the needs of the players. Story games provide impactful and structured opportunity for social connections where you can learn how to exchange space in conversation, communicate needs, and provide help to others when asked.

A few of my favourite RPGs to practice social skills:

  • Emberwind
  • Tales from the Loop
  • The Veil
  • Urban Shadows

From both a professional and personal perspective, games that encourage meaningful and engaging connection to the world never cease to amaze me. They enrich our lives beyond simple entertainment and make each us of better with every playthrough.

Stay curious and game on!

Daniel Kwan is an educator, media professional, and game designer based in Toronto, Canada. He is one of the co-founders of Level Up Gaming, an organization that provides individuals with autism and other disabilities opportunities to develop their social skills through group gaming experiences. His first educational RPG, Zany Zoo, was released in 2018. He is currently working on Ross Rifles, a Powered by the Apocalypse RPG about the lives and experiences of Canadian soldiers stationed on the Western Front during the First World War. Daniel has over a decade of experience using tabletop RPGs in educational contexts at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Works cited:

Pitt, A. (1995) “Subjects in tension: engaged resistance in the feminist classroom’, Unpublished Dissertation, OISE/UofT, Toronto, ON.

Categories: Game Theory & Design

Drupal Moodle Integration

New Drupal Modules - 10 December 2018 - 2:34am

Drupal Moodle Integration is a module that aims to integrate moodle with drupal .
User registered in moodle get created automatically on log in to drupal site with existing username and password .
User details and contents will be fetched into drupal .

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Fuzzy Thinking: Magic!!!

RPGNet - 10 December 2018 - 12:00am
Fuzzy magic.
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KLADR form integration

New Drupal Modules - 9 December 2018 - 11:52pm
Synopsis

This module provides form integration with the KLADR API for Russian location codes. These codes are used, for example, by a number of shipping companies to determine price and schedule.

The module provides callbacks for autocomplete in forms, as well as a string-to-KLADR function for retrieving autocompleted data.

Because this is a dev release, the localization file is not available on localize.drupal.org. You can download it below in the attachments and import it under admin/config/regional/translate/import.

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Enhanced User

New Drupal Modules - 9 December 2018 - 7:01pm
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JavaScript Management

New Drupal Modules - 9 December 2018 - 1:14pm

Allows administrators and developers to individually manage and view JavaScript files loaded by the website, enabling and disabling them at will.

Configuration can be viewed at /admin/config/development/jsmanager - a cache refresh may be necessary if none appear.

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Commerce Cart Refresh

New Drupal Modules - 9 December 2018 - 1:05pm

This module add some Ajax behaviors to the Add to Cart form in Drupal Commerce 2.x in order to dynamically refresh the Price when the Quantity changes.

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Video Game Deep Cuts: Smash That Punch-Out, Hard

Social/Online Games - Gamasutra - 9 December 2018 - 12:44pm

This week's surprisingly video-heavy highlights include a great mini-doc about the history of the Punch-Out franchise, a looks at the latest acclaimed Smash Bros. game, & a multitude of other neatness. ...

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