• AjaxIntercoolerJS 0.0.1 alpha by pwfoo
    AjaxIntercoolerJS is a ProcessWire CMS / CMF module which adds IntercoolerJS ajax functionalities. It's based on TemplateFileHelper module.
    2016/09/25 — Other Modules
  • TemplateFileHelper 0.0.1 alpha by pwfoo
    TemplateFile class helper to structure your templates. PW templates used as controller with additional view / html files.
    2016/09/25 — Markup Generation
  • FrontendUser 0.9.3 alpha by pwfoo
    FrontendUser: login, logout and register users / members: A Processwire module to login, logout and register users / members in the frontend.
    2016/09/17 — Users and Access, Authentication
  • FormHelper 0.8.7 alpha by pwfoo
    FormHelper module create and process forms via form api based on page object, template file or an array of field information.
    2016/09/22 — Markup Generation

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

Twitter updates

  • ProcessWire 3.0.192 (dev branch) contains 11 issue fixes and 5 pull requests, over 20 commits— More
    7 January 2022
  • ProcessWire 3.0.191 core updates: updates to the installer and the profile exporter module— More
    24 December 2021
  • This week ProcessWire went on a diet, trimming the core size from 15.5 MB down to 7.5 MB by moving optional site profiles into their own GitHub repos— More
    17 December 2021

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #401
    In the 401st issue of ProcessWire Weekly we'll cover the latest core updates, check out a brand new module called Lister Native Date Format, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 15 January 2022
  • ProcessWire 3.0.190 core updates
    ProcessWire 3.0.190 has 15 commits relative to 3.0.189 and contains a mixture of issue resolutions and feature additions. This post covers them all, in addition to updates for the PageAutosave and ProFields Table modules.
    Blog / 3 December 2021
  • Subscribe to weekly ProcessWire news

“Yesterday I sent the client a short documentation for their ProcessWire-powered website. Today all features already used with no questions. #cmsdoneright—Marc Hinse, Web designer/developer