This project is not covered by Drupal’s security advisory policy.Important disclamer
While this was a nice PoC from my point of view, I never maintained this module. Please use mature solutions instead such as https://github.com/makinacorpus/drupal-gulpifier or https://www.drupal.org/project/advagg instead.
Original module summary
THIS MODULE IS NOT DRUPAL CORE: it provides some CSS and JS...
A cache plugin for Panels (and other CTools displays) that is aware of content changes.
Enable the module and then edit the display and from the display settings change the caching option to content caching.
Views Content Cache. Similar, but for Views.Panels Hash Cache.Cache Actions. Allows clearing of panels caches through Rules integration.Advanced panels cache.Sup...
This is a simple module that caches HTML of a display.
Display Cache provides a simple way to cache the HTML of a specific entity rendered in a specific view mode.
The idea is to let each entity handle its own cache independent of external caching strategies. So the cache only refreshes if the displayed entity is actually changed in any way.
Comparision to other caching methods...
This project is not covered by Drupal’s security advisory policy.This is a simple wrapper for Drupal 7 implementing a 'hash://' schema to help with storing a couple (ten) million files. Instead of storing CHANGELOG.txt it will store the file under its MD5'd name, hashed into two levels of directories: a0/49/a0493e27f48b50e18312b9f4508fc29d.txt
Select 'Hashed files' under Upload destination...
Special thanks to Kyle Simpson, author of LABjs, who helps me to solve many technical problems.
Grab the module here or learn more about $script.js here.
Headjs module uses the totally awesome head.js libra...
Also available on GitHub
The AmazonS3 module allows the local file system to be replaced with S3. Uploads are saved into the Drupal file table using D7's file/stream wrapper system.
You can also use it with other S3 compatible cloud storage services such as Google Cloud Storage.
You can switch it on as the default file system scheme, or individually for file and image fields.