InputfieldHCaptcha1.0.4 by MoritzLost hCaptcha: Adds hCaptcha spam protection to ProcessWire forms. 2021/08/12 — Inputfield Modules, Markup Generation6
CachePlaceholders1.0.0 by MoritzLost Cacheable Placeholders: Allows you to cache dynamic content by using special placeholders that get parsed during every request. 2020/05/22 — Development Tools, Markup Generation, Other Modules3
TrelloWire2.0.0 by MoritzLost A module providing a bridge to Trello to create cards based on pages. 2020/10/02 — Admin Helpers, Social, Feeds, Services, Other Modules2
ProcessCacheControl1.1.0 by MoritzLost Cache Control: Adds an entry to the setup menu to clear all caches. Provides an API to add cache management actions and an interface to execute them. 2021/03/05 — Admin Helpers, Development Tools, Process Modules1
TextformatterPageTitleLinks4.1.0 by MoritzLost Automatically link page titles: This converts all page titles to a link to the corresponding page. 2020/09/04 — Markup Generation, SEO/Accessibility, Textformatter Modules0
ProcessWire 3.0.185 (dev) core updates, plus new Session Allow module— More
17 September 2021
Three new ProcessWire Textformatter modules: Find/Replace, Markdown in Markup, and Emoji— More
3 September 2021
This week we have a new master version released after a year in the making. With nearly 40 pull requests, hundreds of new additions and more than 100 issue reports resolved, this new version has a ton of great new stuff— More
ProcessWire Weekly #388 In the 388th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we'll check out the latest core update, introduce two new third party modules, and more. Read on!
Weekly.pw / 16 October 2021
ProcessWire 3.0.184 new master/main version This week we have a new master/main version released after a full year in the making. As you might imagine, this new version has a ton of great new stuff and we’ll try to cover much of it here.
Blog / 27 August 2021
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