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Views template files All views templates can be overridden with a variety of names, using the view, the display ID of the view, the display type of the view, or some combination thereof.
Views style plugins Style plugins control how a view is rendered. For example, they can choose to display a collection of fields, node_view() output, table output, or any kind of crazy output they want.
Views sort handlers Handlers to tell Views how to sort queries.
Views row plugins Row plugins control how Views outputs an individual record.
Views relationship handlers Handlers to tell Views how to create alternate relationships.
Views query plugins A Views query plugin builds SQL to execute using the Backdrop database API.
Views pager plugins @todo.
Views module handlers Handlers exposed by various modules to Views.
Views join handlers Handlers to tell Views how to join tables together.
Views hooks Hooks that can be implemented by other modules in order to implement the Views API.
Views filter handlers Handlers to tell Views how to filter queries.
Views field handlers Handlers to tell Views how to build and display fields.
Views exposed form plugins Plugins that handle the validation/submission and rendering of exposed forms.
Views display plugins Display plugins control how Views interact with the rest of Backdrop.
Views cache plugins @todo.
Views argument validate plugins Allow specialized methods of validating arguments.
Views argument handlers Handlers to tell Views how to contextually filter queries.
Views argument default plugins Allow specialized methods of filling in arguments when they aren't provided.
Views area handlers Handlers to tell Views what can display in header, footer and empty text in a view.
Views access plugins @todo.
Updates from 7.x to 1.x Update functions from Drupal 7.x to Backdrop CMS 1.x.
Update versions of API functions Functions that are similar to normal API functions, but do not invoke hooks.
Translation import/export API. Functions to import and export translations.
The life of a view This page explains the basic cycle of a view and what processes happen.
Temporary key-value store functions Functions to temporarily store arrays or objects.
Taxonomy indexing Functions to maintain taxonomy indexing.
Standard filters Filters implemented by the Filter module.
Search interface The Backdrop search interface manages a global search mechanism.
Schema API API to handle database schemas.
Sanitization functions Functions to sanitize values.
Redirection API Functions related to URL redirects.
Redirect API Hooks Redirects may be created by end-users to manually redirect from one URL on the site to another one (or to an external URL). For example the path "about" may be redirected to "pages/about-us" after a site redesign. The old URLs…
Queue operations Queue items to allow later processing.
Private update status cache system Functions to manage the update status cache.
PHP wrapper functions Functions that are wrappers or custom implementations of PHP functions.
Pager pieces Theme functions for customizing pager elements.
Objects that represent a View or part of a view These objects are the core of Views do the bulk of the direction and storing of data. All database activity is in these objects.
Node API Hooks Functions to define and modify content types.
Node access rights The node access system determines who can do what to which nodes.
Menu tree parameters Parameters for a menu tree.
Menu system Define the navigation menus, and route page requests to code based on URLs.
Menu status codes Status codes for menu callbacks.
Menu item types Definitions for various menu item types.
Menu flags Flags for use in the "type" attribute of menu items.
Menu context types Flags for use in the "context" attribute of menu router items.
Logging severity levels Logging severity levels as defined in RFC 3164.
Locking mechanisms Functions to coordinate long-running operations across requests.
Language negotiation options Functions for language negotiation.
Language Negotiation API functionality Functions to customize the language types and the negotiation process.
Installer module: update Installer module functionality for updating existing code.

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