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Hi usually I don't create topics until i feel they are necessary but this is really become a chore for me in development phase, The issue is the Developer Documentation; its really hard for me to get the necessary information I need. I have to go through various topics and navigate through conversations just to find what am looking for. Just today I was looking for the API for the PageField to save a page as a value and I have no luck, I feel this can increase development time to those new to Processwire. i found out there's a site called wiki.processwire.com but it's been last updated 2012 and the cheatsheet.processwire.com doesn't go indepth enough for me to understand what's going on. ADVICE: I feel we can have a documentation page where users can edit and contribute text to it gradually, there's recipe.processwire.com but its still not enough, it would cool to have something like this http://framework.zend.com/manual/current/en/index.html Forgive my rant I come from a country where electricity is not guaranteed so its a big deal for me when I have to spend alot of time looking for information. I don't mind contributing examples or if we can find ways to allow community update the wiki.processwire.com. THANKS GUY Still looking for how to use code to save a PageFieldtype with another page
Hi Guys It would be awesome when all the resource about processwire (tutorials, docs, cheatsheet, recipes, videos, api, faq etc...) would be unified on one documentation website called "docs.processwire.com". The new site would gather infos & data from these resources: https://processwire-recipes.com/ http://processwire.tv/ https://www.pwtuts.com/ https://processwire.com/docs/ http://cheatsheet.processwire.com/ and would unified it on the final site https://docs.processwire.com. I think It is far more better to have one endpoint for all the processwire resources & wisdom then mutliple sites. This way it is far more easier to get into the processwire world and choosing processwire as the next main cms for further projects. The Documentation Site could perhaps look like this (it is just a mockup, so don't expect to much from me ):