Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
Visualization is a module for Drupal 7.x that provides a solid and easy accessible way to visualize data. It provides a theme hook that takes a data array and some options and will then render a chart in-place. It also provides a Views Display plugin so that users can easily visualize data retrieved through Views.
The different charting libraries are pluggable through the CTools Plugin system; the module provides an implementation for the Google Visualization API and Highcharts. Other modules will be able to add their own charting libraries by implementing an interface and making it known to CTools.
The code was originally part of a Google Summer of Code project whose purpose was to provide Reporting for Drupal Commerce; the result is the 3.x branch of the Commerce Reporting module. It was quickly decided to write the charting logic as generic as possible, so that it could potentially be spinned-off. The HEAD of the 7.x-3.x branch of Commerce Reporting already depends on Visualization, the alpha4 version still contains all the code itself.
Workbench Media provides integration between Media module and the Workbench suite. It simplifies the pages content administrators need to visit in order to add media.
Which version should I use?
The current branch of Media you are using should be the same branch of Workbench Media that you should use. For example, if you are using the Media 7.x-1.0 release, then you should use the latest Workbench Media 7.x-1.X release.
Developers, get started by reading the SWF Embed Handbook Page. The handbook walks you through the process of using SWF Embed in your own code.
This module pulls together the techniques Jeff Eaton outlined in http://www.lullabot.com/articles/photo-galleries-views-attach to automatically create a simple gallery where each gallery is a node with an embedded view of images that were assigned to that gallery. The module creates the content types, sets up the imagecache presets, creates the default gallery view that is embedded into the gallery nodes by Views Attach, and adds css to make it all look nice.
This technique also works well to create individual image galleries for Organic Groups, since the gallery and image content types can be configured as group nodes. Views Gallery OG, included in this package, provides a setup page to make it easy to automatically create a gallery for every group and adds group context to the forms wherever possible so the right groups and group galleries are pre-selected when you create gallery images.
This module is mostly a bit of glue around numerous other Drupal modules. It is a perfect example of something the Features module was designed to do, and it is being reworked as a Feature instead of using custom .install code. All new development will be on the Features version. The versions are:
The 6.1 branch is the original code, which does not use the Features module.
The 6.2 branch is the new code, which requires Features, Strongarm, and CTools.
See the README.txt for instructions about how to upgrade from 6.1 to 6.2.
This module is intended to be a lightweight gallery solution with a simple feature set that you can tweak using the CCK and Views UI and some custom css in your theme. If you want a robust gallery with advanced features, this is probably not the right module to use. If you need a quick and simple gallery solution built on modules you are likely to use elsewhere, this may be a good fit.
This is a simple module for Drupal 7.x that uses jQuery to transform the TITLE or ALT attribute of a image to a image caption. There is a settings page with lot's of possible configuration. The image caption won't show in the WYSIWYG-editor, but will be visible when you view the node.
The module differs in several ways from similar modules.
With Bulk Media Upload you can upload a bunch of files and a new node, taxonomy term, or other entity will be created for every file. The files are selected via a browser file upload dialog and can be stored in a file or image field.
Also default values can be chosen for the other fields assigned to the new node.
ImageFlow is a picture gallery, which allows an intuitive image handling. The basic idea is to digitally animate the thumbing through a physical image stack. That intuitive handling is automatically caused by the metaphorical use of the well known process of thumbing through.
This solution is known as the Cover Flow technique, which has been developed by the artist Andrew Coulter Enright. Now - after it has been bought by Apple - it is used in iTunes and the file browser of Apples OSX.
Please see the important note when installing; it will break when you turn on CSS aggregation otherwise.
Provides streams of status updates like Twitter or Facebook's "wall" feature: each user/node/group/taxonomy term/whatever can have a "stream" or microblog where users can express their thoughts to the community. @mentions and #hashtags are supported, as well as comments on status updates, viewing conversations between users, the ability to "like"/"reply" to/RT a message, automatic updates without page refreshing, and integration with over 25 modules.
Facebook-style Statuses is moving to the Statuses namespace for Drupal 7+.
"Gallery Assist for the Cooliris Viewer/Plugin" is a submodule from Gallery Assist module and provides interactive slideshows (3D Wall) of images from Gallery Assist galleries using the Cooliris services and so extends the Gallery Assist module with two new points of visualization.
This module will show all your sets and pictures from your Flickr account.
There's no need to create extra content types or feeds. Just fill in your settings and your gallery is done.
New features will be only available for Drupal 7 version.
You will need to download the libraries module and a module for which type of Lightbox you want to use. (Lightbox, Shadowbox, Colorbox, ...)
Configuration Drupal 7
Install FlickrAPI module
Authenticate with Flickr using FlickrAPI, you'll need API keys
Config FlickrGallery and fill in your Flickr User ID
After installation you'll need to download phpFlickr.php from http://code.google.com/p/phpflickr/downloads/list
Place the file phpFlickr.php inside sites/all/libraries/phpFlickr
Fill in your key's and user ID and you can visit your gallery at yoursite/flickr
Try updating to the last version
Authenticated with oauth and Flickrapi module?
Your path contains only one item? Example: flickr, gallery, ...
Fast Gallery is a simple, lightweight, and fast image gallery. Making albums is as easy as putting images or videos into folders and uploading them to the gallery directory. It is fast because it is not based on nodes and doesn't implement some of the more complex features of larger gallery systems.