• WireTasks 1.0.0 beta by almonk
    A set of command line tools for the Processwire CMS. This is a very early work in progress / proof of concept for a little suite of tools to aid with the…
    2012/07/25 — Proof of Concept
  • AppyAdminTheme 1.0.0 beta by almonk
    Appy: Here's a little custom admin theme for you all to try out. Not a vast departure from the default, but I like my UIs uber simple and elegant.
    2012/07/25 — Admin Themes
  • BootstrapAdminTheme 1.0.0 beta by almonk
    Bootstrap: Admin theme for Processwire, based on Twitter bootstrap.
    2012/07/25 — Admin Themes
  • Pdfcomposer 1.0.1 alpha by almonk
    An experimental Processwire module to turn a collection of pages into a PDF.
    2012/07/25 — Proof of Concept

The modules directory is powered by ProcessWire with the FormBuilder and LoginRegisterPro modules.

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 #342
    In the 342nd issue of ProcessWire Weekly we're going to check out brand new admin theme called Admin Theme Canvas, a new module called MatomoWire, latest ProcessWire core updates, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 28 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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