Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Avoid Explicit Contents in the images using Google Vision module- Week 3

TL;DR Safe Search detection of the Google Cloud Vision API allows the end users to avoid any explicit content or violence in images to be uploaded on the site. I worked on integrating this feature to the module as a constraint to those image fields which have the “Safe Search” feature enabled.

Let me first give a brief summary about the current status of the module Google Vision. In the earlier weeks, I had implemented the services and wrote tests for the module, which are now committed to the module.

Now, coming to the progress of this week.

I had started with integrating the Safe Search detection feature in the module.
Safe Search detection allows its users to detect any explicit contents within the image, and hence can be very useful for site administrators who do not want to display any explicit images on their sites.

This feature was initially integrated using a function call in the module. However, my mentors suggested that this feature should rather be a Constraint on the image fields, which would be validated if the feature is enabled for the field. It depends on the user whether to keep safe search on their site or not, and they can implement it any time they want by just enabling/disabling the checkbox on the image field.
Hence, now it is a user choice, rather than the developer’s choice whether to implement this feature or not.

Presently, the code is under review by my mentors whether it needs changes or is ready for commit.

Constraints and Validators are wonderful features of Drupal 8. Constraints, as the name goes, are certain restrictions which we pose on the various fields. Validators are used to implement the logic to create the situation under which the constraints are to be applied.
Some helpful examples of applying custom constraints and validators can also be found Sitepoint.

This week had a lot of new things stored for me. I had no idea about the constraints and validators when I was asked to implement them at the first place. I spent hours on them, learning about them and seeking guidance from my mentors on the issues I faced. I developed gradually on it, and by the end of the week, I was able to implement them for the safe search detection feature.

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