The Week in Drupal: September 28, 2012

A look back at interesting modules, articles and other Drupal news of the last week: September 21 - 28, 2012.

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Drupal News

Voting Open - Community Elections 2013

Dries Buytaert: Views in Drupal 8 and Views in D8 Core Update from Earl

Feedback needed: Should .info files support arbitrary PHP constants?

DrupalPicchu 2014

Great Posts and Tutorials

Drupal-Salesforce Integration: A State of the Union, pt. 1

Module Monday: RSS Field Formatters

Properly Getting Field Data on Entities (Nodes)

Next Steps for Drupal Commerce

& Modules">Leveling Up Your Themer (lvl0): Contributed Themes & Modules

Create the ultimate Google Analytics Dashboard for Drupal – Part II

Understanding Drupal 8’s plugin system

Interesting New Modules

Better Views Tables - Provides a style plugin for Views which extends the default tables integration and adds some new features: Improved markup for HTML5 sites Responsive table options.

Webform Feeds - adds the ability to use Webform submissions as a source for a Feeds importer.

Mobile Menu Toggle - Creates a block with a “Menu” link that, when clicked, initializes a jQuery slideToggle effect to hide or show the Menu Zone of the Omega Theme.

PDF Construction Kit - The purpose of this module is to create PDFs out of different nodes from the site. It allows you to select different nodes and render them as a single PDF out of those elements.

Render As - Adds the ability for elements to be rendered as a specific user and/or role(s), which can be used for the purposes of testing how content will be seen by another user or a user or a particular role without having to change users.

Mozilla Persona - This module adds Mozilla Persona functionality to your site. Users will be able to login and create an account using this system.

Views URL args - Use URL-provided arguments in views filter criteria, which is currently more flexible than Contextual Filters.

Two-Pass Tokens - “There are some contexts which are built up in the admin interface (Rules comes to mind), in which we want to pull in user-supplied content (in my case, the body of an email). A great feature would be to allow the user-generated content to support tokens in the same context in which it is used.”

Context Reaction: Main Menu - Allows the Context module to change the main menu of the site.