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  1. Howdy PW Gurus Who Also Know Laravel or Symfony, I built a few web applications with PW, and was very happy with the result. For example: - an email to web help ticket system, with a front-end login - a Linux account management and multi-server account creation app, with a front-end login and PW server scripts run from the command line - a complex business app to test the viability of business ideas against a variety of metrics and algorithms, with a front-end login. The front-end logins displayed pages specific to the app needs, entirely bypassing the normal PW admin backend. => My question is: since PW can build the types of apps above, what can Laravel and Symfony do that PW cannot? Thanks for any insights! Peter
  2. Hello there, Just getting started with processwire for a project. Pretty smooth so far! There is one thing I'm missing is "inline" many-to-many. The ability to add pages 'joined' together similar to symphonys subsection manager http://symphony-cms.com/download/extensions/view/41121/ As if the repeater field would actually adds new instances somewhere else in the hiearchy as well as edit inline. This so that the client wouldn't have to edit bits and pieces of data in different places in the page hierarchy. It seems to me this isn't possible, but perhaps I'm missing something. So I thought I'd check thanks! J
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