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About Views handlers In Views, a handler is an object that is part of the view and is part of the query building flow.
About Views plugins In Views, a plugin is a bit like a handler, but plugins are not directly responsible for building the query. Instead, they are objects that are used to display the view or make other modifications.
Actions Functions that perform an action on a certain system object.
Ajax framework Functions for Backdrop's Ajax framework.
Ajax framework commands Functions to create various Ajax commands.
Authorized operations Functions to run operations with elevated privileges via authorize.php.
Batch operations Creates and processes batch operations.
Block Caching Constants that define each block's caching state.
Callbacks Callback function signatures.
Content markers Markers used by theme_mark() and node_mark() to designate content.
Database abstraction layer Allow the use of different database servers using the same code base.
Default theme implementations Functions and templates for the user interface to be implemented by themes.
Drupal compatibility layer. These functions and classes are wrappers around Backdrop functions that allow for Drupal 7 modules to work with Backdrop. All of these functions are made available if the "backdrop_drupal_compatibility" option is enabled in your site's…
Example: Action Creating actions in Backdrop
Example: AJAX These examples show basic AJAX concepts.
Example: AJAX Graceful Degradation These examples show AJAX with graceful degradation when JavaScript is not available.
Example: Batch API Outlines how a module can use the Batch API.
Example: Block Demonstrates code creation of blocks.
Example: Cache API Outlines how a module can use the Cache API.
Example: Contextual Links Example of implementing contextual links.
Example: Cron Example using Cron API, including hook_cron() and hook_cron_queue_info().
Example: Database (DBTNG) Database examples, including DBTNG.
Example: Email Example of how to use Backdrop's mail API.
Example: Entity Example creating a core Entity API entity.
Example: Field Permissions Example using permissions on a Field API field.
Example: Field Types API Examples using Field Types API.
Example: Files Examples demonstrating the backdrop File API (and Stream Wrappers).
Example: Filter Demonstrates the creation of filters.
Example: Form API Examples demonstrating the Backdrop Form API.
Example: Image Demonstrates the basic use of image API.
Example: JavaScript Examples using Backdrop's built-in JavaScript.
Example: Menu Demonstrates uses of the Menu APIs in Backdrop.
Example: Node Example defining a node type in code.
Example: Node Access Demonstrates node access.
Example: NodeAPI Example using NodeAPI.
Example: Page This example demonstrates how a module can display a page at a given URL.
Example: Pager Example of a results pager.
Example: Queue Demonstrating the Queue API
Example: Render Demonstrate how render arrays are arranged and how they can be altered. This alters blocks and the page to show the actual render array that is being used to create each item.
Example: Simpletest An example of simpletest tests to accompany the documentation at
Example: Tabledrag Example of draggable table rows.
Example: Tablesort Example of a sortable table display.
Example: Theming Example of Backdrop theming.
Example: Token API Examples using the Token API.
Example: Vertical Tabs Demonstrates the vertical tabs functionality provided by Backdrop.
Examples These modules are well-documented API examples for a broad range of Backdrop core functionality.
Field API Attach custom data fields to Backdrop entities.
Field API bulk data deletion Clean up after Field API bulk deletion operations.
Field Attach API Operate on Field API data attached to Backdrop entities.
Field CRUD API Create, update, and delete Field API fields, bundles, and instances.