With Components Anywhere you can place components anywhere in your site. So you can now place a component inside an article or even within modules.
The syntax is super simple. Just place (
component url/of/the/component) where you want that component to show.
For instance, you have a form component - that does not come with its own module version - and you want to display the form in a module. Let's say the url of the form is:
Just create a new module of the type 'Custom HTML module' and place this in the content editor:
PS: You can also use SEF urls inside the (
component) tag, but I recommend you use non-SEF urls when possible.