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Sephiroth last won the day on November 3 2019

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    Mostly Programming and reading about Emulating game consoles in C++, watching movies that mess my mind and spending hours playing my favorite game "Skyrim" am an Anime/Final Fantasy Fan and yes Sephiroth is my fav character

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  1. If you want to make some style editing then it is overkill extending the main core php files, why not alter the CSS for the field comments, that is the approach i do for the FieldComments.
  2. You should create a Frontend Admin for your users, I think there is a Module for that, but I wrote something years ago doing exactly what you want but here it is incase you are looking for different angles to look at it.
  3. @bernhard I am up for it if you can share the knowledge, I can write an article around it as a tutorial since I tend to write tutorials. Ironically this was part of a series I am creating for Processwire, just video editing skills delaying but writing this as a tutorial shouldn't be a problem. Just let me know what you need me to do, I will create time for this. Take care
  4. Hi guys, so this thought came to my head after seeing only a commercial application on Envato Market ( CodeCanyon ), An Hotel application platform using Processwire, because lately as a result of my country, I can't easily do alot of things to get paid via PayPal and there isn't much commercial avenue with Processwire community e.g Marketplace or a store, my question is has anyone ever thought of selling solutions built with Processwire on the themeforest market or experience with that. It is just something I'd figured to raise up here, because it is one of the easiest CMS to have installed and deployed with an application. Hoping to get feedbacks and insights.
  5. Same feeling I felt as a Developer when I stumbled upon Processwire coming from Wordpress, glad you love it
  6. Personally I favour TypeScript, I come from a strong background of static type and one of the things about JavaScript is that it is massively loosely type, a var can be any type, this can be confusing and also allow you make silly mistakes like assigning re-assigning to another type and experiencing strange issues and error. TypeScript compiler takes care of all that, it ensures that all the rules are followed, if you expect a certain type of object in a method, it's interface will assist. There are also some complex TypeScript features. I cannot fathom the use of JavaScript anymore especially if it is a large project, however one of the downsides is that you might often write codes just to satisfy TypeScript compiler, I have so many codes that do not provide business value, they are just there to make TypeScript compile. With TypeScript you will get massive introspection and also the TSC ( TypeScript Compiler ) will massively catch a lot of errors for you, assuming you write 100% typescript code. I have seen developers write JS code in TypeScript which is a shame, as they do not get to utilise the full impact of TS. My personal opinion others might differ
  7. I am working on that trust me, but a little video editing and Kdenlive skill gap which I am working on, I have tons of materials to push for Processwire learning. Processwire is awesome I am coming from Symfony and Spring Boot and Processwire makes alot of things easier and so much you can do. I will let you know.
  8. Way better with Processwire, since all you need to handle is content management.
  9. What does the error in Google Chrome console say, Processwire $config->urls->templates works, there must be an error message and if you are on a unix system, what is your permission level too ?
  10. Not Processwire jacmaes is right, check your php.ini settings max_uploads.
  11. Exactly, however *shameless insert* , I am working on Screencasting and creating Processwire video contents both for beginners till Advanced level, a bit of me is wondering if it is something that will received by the community. I am currently honing my Video editing skills back. Do you think the community might find this useful. I have always wanted to contribute PW resources since I tend to spend alot of time around the code. Thanks
  12. Side comment: Huge Manga / Anime fan here Main Comment: You can get a template that has the similar view and plugin in Processwire easily to do that, however do you have this online or somewhere, I don't mind looking at this if you need a third eye , just give a shout-out if things get out of hand. I tend to peek at codes alot and make sense of them especially Processwire.
  13. I don't see why you can't in Processwire, you have can your Business Logic as you would in any PHP Application, but only using Processwire API to handle the information you collect from the front-end, into it's Admin, or you can build your business logic in a Module and save to your Database. so It is possible very much. The Backend will extremely work in your favour as it has good API to easily have a backend view to see your transactions. Others will reply with their view, but it depends on your processwire knowledge and PHP skills. Sephiroth
  14. I am looking at the Github https://github.com/Mangavj/WireMangaTheme/blob/master/WireMangaTheme.module and I see only 1 argument but another module here https://github.com/oliuz/WireManga/blob/master/WireManga.module accepts 3 arguments so it seems there is a mix up, anyway I can hit you up so I can look at the source code. but yeah a form of programming knowledge is required.
  15. Think of your template as the Presentation view and the fields as properties for a Data Container, the Page gives you all the data you need, then you are in control of the presentation. This is better than how WP works , because the system already exposes the data you need, how you render the template is now up to you. This gives you room to plan the fields and pages and even have shared templates.
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