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This module is an integration of the video hosting plattform http://www.limelight.com/
It offers a field implementation in Drupal via the filefield module by which videos
can be uploaded in Drupal. The videos then will automatically uploaded to www.limelight.com into the specified account. The video file itself will be
removed from the local disk of Drupal, so the diskspace is not cramed with the
Their documentation provides raw PHP code allowing you to output this content. This module allows you to use their syndicated content without writing any code. It pulls the content into a a page at /sharedvue/[endpoint-name] and exposes a menu item.
This project is not affiliated with SharedVue in any way.
Image Replace provides a way to supply optional alternative source images mapped to image styles. This is useful when building responsive sites with art directed images where cropping and resizing is not enough but images need to be swapped out completely. For example when delivering graphics containing rendered text.
This module works well with responsive image modules leveraging image styles, for example the Picture module.
This module allows the setting of "tags" to ease the burden of invalidating interconnected pages on a website using Varnish. Information about this strategy can be found at the Varnish site. It accomplishes this by having Rules actions that set headers and also trigger the Purge module to remove them.
Extends the "Links" widget in Facet API to also display an image field. Right now only taxonomy terms are supported. But adding support for other fields referencing an entity is trivial and module will in the future add support for the most common types and/or an API for this.
The hard-working monkey provides currently two little Drush commands to check and fix fields with default values in node entities.
For example when you add later a field to a content type and have existing nodes of this type, the existing nodes get this field entity with it's default value only on node save into database storage. This behavior can cause problems for views, etc.
The hard-working monkey do this job for you. You can check and fix existing fields with this little monkey.
This module is similar to Feeds: Telvue. It defines a Cablecast specific parser. "Out of the box" the Cablecast schedule feeds only includes standard RSS. This module refactors existing information from standard RSS fields into custom fields making it easier to map to fields added to an Airing. Out of the box, a Cablecast RSS feeds looks like...
Turn your users into compliant worker drones! With this module, you can have multiple users working concurrently through a queue of entities, to process them in some way.
This works with Drupal's core Queue API, but is meant for tasks that can't be accomplished by an automated worker process. Examples of use cases include approving items for publication, deleting spam, and cleaning up data.
This module is designed to be used with the Community Media Show, VOD Feed, and Project modules to display videos from popular video on demand (VOD) providers like YouTube, Vimeo, Archive.org, and Cloudcast.
The default Views included are:
- Full Library (a searchable library display using Views Isotope for dynamic, tag based filtering)
- Project Library
- Related Videos