Ubiquity commands for Drupal
Ubiquity is a dynamic command and quasi-natural language add-on for Firefox, recently released by Mozilla Labs. It sure is getting ever so popular, so I decided to write two Drupal-related Ubiquity commands in one shot: drupal and drupal-api.
drupal teleports you to a node on drupal.org when you specify a node ID, so if you type
drupal 250047 and hit Enter, you would be taken to http://drupal.org/node/250047. The preview also shows the node title before you hit Enter.
drupal-api looks up Drupal functions on api.drupal.org as you type. You can, for example, type
drupal-api db_ and a list of functions starting with "db_" would appear in the suggestions list (thanks to the autocomplete API in Drupal). You can optionally specify the Drupal version;
drupal-api db_query on d5 sends you to the Drupal 5 and not the Drupal 6 version of
View the Ubiquity commands project page to install and learn how to use them. Suggestions welcome.