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  1. I just relaunched my portfolio website. It's my first ajax driven website using ProcessWire as a CMS. Its a showcase of some of my work as well as a digital playground to improve my coding skills. If you encounter any bugs or have feedback, feel free to share janploch.de
  2. More and more, processwire has become my personal haven... I do almost no commercial work with it (I work as a dev, and for payed side-projects I suffer the dread of joomla droppings ) Made this "thing": - http://www.lisboncorrespondent.com/ This is a blog (of sorts) for my father, with make-pretend postcards sent from Portugal. It is essentially a way for me to experiment with and learn a few techs/tools: css 3d transforms (and respective headaches, cross-browser issues, etc) The wonderful angularJS framework Yeoman (build system for js apps, with grunt + bower) Processwire, of course Processwire is amazing for every crazy thing I may ever think up, and using it as a simple RESTy service provider is incredibly simple. Gotchas: This will most likely be a perma-beta site - it is for trying stuff No history back/forward or direct urls - angularJS makes it easy, but it wasn't really my concern. Will have to happen someday, though No SEO whatsoever - I'm perfectly aware that a "blog" in a one page app is a no-no, but again, just toying around Tested with Chrome, Firefox and IE 10, OSX and Win - further compatibility (and mobile) to come Hope you enjoy. And thank you, Ryan, for the wonderful gift of processwire
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