• PushAlert 0.0.3 beta by psy
    PushAlert Notifications: This module enables you to send and manage push notifications from your ProcessWire 3.0.74+ website.
    2021/06/27 — Fieldtype Modules, Inputfield Modules, Other Modules
  • PayWhirlAPI 0.0.1 beta by psy
    This module is a wrapper that enables you to make requests and implement web hooks with the PayWhirl API from within ProcessWire
    2018/01/24 — Development Tools, Other Modules
  • ProcessRecurringEvents 0.0.1 beta by psy
    Automatically create new pages for recurring events: This module enables you to automatically create pages based on a ProcessWire page template, eg Calender detail page that has calendar event recurrences.
    2017/02/10 — Process Modules
  • MarkupJsonLDSchema 0.0.2 beta by psy
    JSON+LD Schema: This module helps you dynamically create schemas from within your templates. Each schema can be configured to meet your requirements. You can even add your own…
    2016/06/27 — Markup Generation, SEO/Accessibility

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