Creates an option for Views that allows you to output a View containing calendar(s) availability data, not as the supplied widget, but with actual control over the various availability data.
This can be used for example as a combination (Example View Supplied) combined with the View iCal module to output an iCal feed for each Node that has calendar(s) - allowing integration with 3rd party booking providers such as AirBNB that allow iCal integration. (requires adding the View iCal module as well).
This module is dependent on two existing modules and extends their functionality:
It takes the data provided by the Availability Calendars module that supplies the Available/Booked data for each calendar, and provides a View "type" that can display and filter according to the availability data.
The project is just a proof of concept, but it does work pretty well, it requires the user/admin to be familiar with Views and the Availability Calendars modules and to be able to create the views to USE this functionality.
Linked Data Tools is a developer module for retrieving, caching and working with linked data sources, which simplifies linked data retrieval and parsing.
Linked Data Tools takes care of requesting and caching requests, handling parsing parameters and format, and other repetitive tasks, leaving you to get on with using the data.
It uses a pluggable architecture, allowing individual tools to be created or swapped for specific data sources or types, and comes with a default plugin for EasyRDF.
- Simple PHP API for retrieving and working with linked data
- Built-in request caching for remote sources
- Robust, PSR-0 plugin architecture for defining new wrappers
- Out-of-the-box support for EasyRDF
- Uses Guzzle for seamless HTTP requests, if enabled
This module adds a simple licensing functionality to nodes in Drupal. Being very similar to the Creative Commons module, this module extends the idea of the Creative Commons module to other license types. This is not a fork, but a complete write from scratch.
The module also provides a user interface for defining own license types.
This module is currently only being implemented for Drupal 6. A port to D7 and D8 might happen in the future.
Islandora is an open source framework developed by the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library (since 2006). Islandora makes it possible to create, edit, discover, view, and manage Fedora repository assets. The core Islandora module helps users to develop a robust digital asset management system that can be used to meet the short and long-term collaborative requirements of digital data stewardship. Additional modules called "solution packs" extend the functions of the Islandora module.
Sourcery is a pluggable architecture for retrieving linked data, consuming third-party services, and other similar activities.
This project is under active development.