Friday, January 20, 2012

List of contributed modules for drupal developer

• Availability—allows availability information to be displayed for specified.

• Content Construction Kit (CCK) —allows custom fields to be added to nodes using a web browser.

Chaos tool suite (ctools) This suite is primarily a set of APIs and tools to improve the developer experience. It also contains a module called the Page Manager whose job is to manage pages. In particular it manages panel pages, but as it grows it will be able to manage far more than just Panels.

• Event—allows the creation of event-type content.

• Fivestar—enable the rating of content using stars or similar icons.

• GMap—allows the insertion of a Google map into a node.

• IMCE—gives the client the ability to upload and manage some files through the Admin interface.

• Image—allows users with the correct permissions to upload images.

• Image Field—provides image upload field for CCK

• Imagecache—allows presets for image processing

jQuery UIA wrapper module around the jQuery UI effects library that lets module developers add swooshy, swishy effects to their code. This is a utility module that won't do anything on its own.

• Location—allows you to associate a geographic location with content and users.

• Notify—allows users and admin to receive periodic emails about all the new or revised content and / or comments.

• OG—enables users to create and manage their own 'groups'

• Panels—this module allows you to create pages that are divided into areas of the page.

• Poormanscron—runs the Drupal cron operations without needing the cron application.

• Signup—allows users to sign up for content of any type.

• Simpleviews—an easy-to-use tool for building content listing pages.

• Taxonomy Menu—easily transforms taxonomy vocabularies into menus.

• TinyMCE—makes the formatting of all articles easier.

• Token—provides an API for modules to use tokens

• Tribune—provides an advanced discussion space, such as a chat room

• Thickbox—allows inline pop-ups for images

• Ubercart—the shopping cart on which the site will be based

• Views—allows you to create customized lists and queries from your database.

• Webform—allows the creation of web-enabled forms for use on this project.

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