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  1. Anyytime I start a new PW project, I have a very repetitive process to setup the base folder with assets, database and modules. The design of new sites is something I like to keep bespoke but the following can probably be streamlined a bit download modules (config, formbuilder, listerpro, upgrade, profields etc) create folders for CSS frameworks, Jquery scripts, create includes (header, footer, navigation I'm decided to create a base prototype folder and database with the essential assets. I can cookie-cutter this rapidly and duplicate it as the basis for new projects. Just curious about other peoples process for spinning out a new PW project. Some of you probably use task runners or Git etc? It's an area I need to explore. Cheers
  2. Hello to all Processwire people, i'm from Spain, migrating from drupal to PW, looking for something less PHP memory heavy (yes, still there are servers with less than 32MB of PHP memory). And for now, quite happy with it, flexible, fast, friendly and fun. But one thing a did not found easily was a starting guide or something like that (till now, just discovered wiki.processwire.com), so my question is, ¿why there is no link to it in any of the main pages? and for a basic website tutorial? The videos are nice but they mostly show a couple of functions and characteristics. By no means i'm trying to rant, be picky, annoy or start a flame war; just the thought about newcomers like myself, looking into a new CMS and not finding a direct link to the wiki or basic tutorial. Best regards.
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