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.
Recurly is a platform for managing subscriptions and recurring billing. This module lets Fields be attached to Recurly objects. The Recurly API doesn't have any mechanism for storing custom data, so to extend a Recurly object it must reference data in your Drupal database.
This module is aimed at providing a robust yet lightweight caching option for sites that use views and panels. It can be considered as a faster and more advanced alternative to the standard caching provided by views/panels (also when they are combined with rules and cache_actions contribs).
This module sets a persistent, unique cookie and corresponding database session record within the specified expiration interval for every site visitor, regardless of their user agent (browser) settings. This module was created specifically to address the problem of tracking many anonymous users visiting a site from a single IP address (e.g. a school, corporate office, etc.)
In the Acquia Cloud platform, you can redirect site visitors in the Varnish layer, based on the devices they are using, as determined by the user-agent HTTP header in the request. You can do this by using your web site's .htaccess file to set HTTP headers in the response.
However, when you configure Acquia Cloud to use PHP-FPM, the .htaccess file is no longer parsed and these redirects stop working. To get the redirect headers to output, you'll need to run some PHP code.
Replicate Paragraphs Extends Replicate module to manage the cloning of paragraphs_item entities and fields.
When you clone an entity (node, taxonomy term, ...) containing a paragraphs reference, the paragraphs items are not duplicated, and the cloned entity still references the same paragraphs than the original entity.
This poses great issues as any modification on the paragraphs will impact all the duplicated entities.
webform_paymethod_select defines a webform component that you can include in your webform. When filling out a webform, a user can then select a payment method out of a list of methods that you can define. By choosing a payment method the form for this method is presented to the user. On webform submit the component takes care of saving the payment.