The Drupal 8 Allowed Formats module allows you to configure what text formats are available for each field. By default, all the text formats a user has permission to use are available for every field that uses text formats. Sometimes you want a field to have html, but have a more limited set of html tags. This can easily be accomplished by creating a new text format and using the Allowed Formats module to limit the field to using that text format.
The Drupal 8 Scheduler module allows content editors on your Drupal site to schedule the publishing or unpublishing of content at a specific date and time. It’s a very simple module to setup and use, and provides a great feature for your content editors that want content to go live at a specific time.
The Drupal 8 Quicklink module enabled faster subsequent page loads on your Drupal site. It does this by prefetching links during idle time. This means as you browse your Drupal site, this module will be pulling down the html for any links that are in the current view port. This makes the next page load much faster.
The module adds additional features and configuration options so you can fine tune the experience to fit your Drupal 8 site.
Drupal Console is a command line tool for Drupal (similar to Drush) that has built in code generation tools. This makes it easy to generate boilerplate code for a custom Drupal 8 module. In this episode, we discuss how to use Drupal Console to generate an example module with an administrative settings form.
The Drupal 8 Entity Construction Kit (ECK) Module allows you to use the Drupal admin interface to build custom entity types. Sometimes you need additional data structures in your Drupal site and it doesn’t make sense to create it as a content type, this is where the ECK module comes in. Using it, you can create your custom entity data structures in Drupal 8 and add fields to them, similarly to how you build out content types.
The Drupal 8 URL Embed Module makes it easy to add embeddable URL’s into your Drupal website. What exactly is an embeddable URL? It’s an easy way to turn your links to popular social sites such as Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Spotify, and more into a nicely formatted embed code that displays a preview of the content directly on your site.
The Drupal 8 Shield module allows you to protect your site using a simple htaccess authentication. It’s great for sites that you are working on that you don’t want the world (or Google) to see yet. This way you can send the site to a client or anyone really to test and just provide them the username/password to view the site. Once it’s ready to go, you can launch the site and remove this module.
If you have ever wanted to password protect your Drupal site, the Shield module will help with that!
The Drupal 8 Rabbit Hole Module allows you to control what happens when someone views an entity page. Before you ask why this might be important, let me clarify, it's not a layout tool. It's a simple module that allows you to easily redirect or prevent users from viewing specific types on entities on your site.
The Drupal 8 Flex Slider Module allows you to use the Flex Slider library to build out slideshows on your Drupal website. This video covers how to get Flexslider to integrate with Drupal views as well as Drupal fields.