ProcessWire Downloads

Download the ProcessWire core from GitHub or 3rd party modules from our modules directory. You can also download 1st party Pro modules from our store, or visit our GitHub repository to browse the latest commits.
  • ProcessWire

    This page contains links to download the latest ProcessWire core version. Options include the current master version and the latest dev version. Several 3rd party installation options are also available and linked from this page as well.
  • Modules

    The ProcessWire modules directory contains hundreds of free 3rd party plugin modules that you can use with ProcessWire.
  • Pro Shop

    The ProcessWire Pro Shop is where you can purchase commercial 1st-party modules built and supported by the developer of ProcessWire. Your purchases from the store are what funds the ProcessWire project.

Twitter updates

  • There’s a new modules directory on the ProcessWire site now up and running. In this post we’ll cover a few details about what’s changed and what’s new—More
    20 November 2020
  • ProcessWire 3.0.168 core updates — More
    26 October 2020
  • This week a 2nd new module for processing Stripe payments has been added to FormBuilder. Unlike our other Stripe Inputfield, this new one supports 3D Secure (SCA) payments. We’ll take a closer look at it in this post, plus a live demo— More
    16 October 2020

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #341
    In the 341st issue of ProcessWire Weekly we're going to check out the latest processwire.com blog post, introduce upcoming commercial module called NiftyPasswordsPlus, and check out a brand new site of the week. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 21 November 2020
  • New ProcessWire modules directory
    There’s a new modules directory on the ProcessWire site now up and running. In this post we’ll cover a few details about what’s changed and what’s new.
    Blog / 20 November 2020
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