Social Media Importer is a Drupal 7 developer only module that allows you to authenticate with social medias e.g. Googleplus, Twitter or Facebook and use this authentication to Import Application Data in JSON.
To import Data from a social media, enable the corresponding social media submodule e.g. Facebook Importer, Twitter Importer. You need to create a social media application at:
- Facebook, Twitter and Googleplus Applications and Access Management
- Import of Facebook, Twitter and Googleplus Data in JSON
Social Media Importer:
OAuth Module - This modules depends on OAuth Module.
- Libraries API - This modules depends on Libraries API module.
For those who don't want to store all their sites logging into their database (?!) and for various reasons cannot use the syslog alternative (due to network or server policies), this is a simple module that simply lets you move all drupal logging into your PHP error log.
As a plus, all the logged notices are formatted in a way to enable easy pattern matching for developing various log monitoring solutions.
This overrides drupal_http_request from core with a slightly modified version that returns the duration of the request in its return object.
Uses Drupal 7.22's new feature to override the drupal_http_request function.
(This module won't do anything impressive so you will never find a good reason to use this module. I needed to did this one for some experiments and pushing to GIT anyway hoping someone would find this useful - highly unlikely)
This module includes an extension to the Node.js Integration module that provides an authenticating proxy.
The extension reuses the authentication mechanism shipped with the Node.js Integration module, and only proxies requests that are associated with an authenticated Node.js socket.
This work was sponsored by Tag1 Consulting.
Views Argument Session is a plugin (Views) that adds a clean way to retrieve information from User session variable.