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Hello EveryPWdy! You look awesome today =) 

- my questions regarding Processwire Modules in blue! -

Its my first post here and I would like to tell you guys;

This is one of the best things i saw since I learned my little knowledge in PHP development! but i guess

ill learn no more now  with the power and simplicity of ProcessWire, the most advanced and simple CMS/-UFJJSWOHD or

whatever each one of us call it :)

My name is Socrates, I'm from Jordan. I'm now trying to Build cool Web and Mobile Applications using Process Wire..

I'm considering to Buy Modules from (PW) ProcessWire Store! Today I went to the bank, Just to fund my VISA and buy some modules here, but still don't know which one...

Here is BLUE

Can I Buy one or two modules, and try also the others on my local host as DEMO?

Any Discount or Coupon for me if I buy 2 items or more?

Today I've downloaded Many Awesome FREE PHP Scripts & Modules from ProcessWire FREE store

I Also Like those Advanced CMS Modules created by Ryan and  ProcessWire Team as Web and Mobile applications when Converted into a very nice Native Web View with a Wonderful  Responsive Template/Theme Built with the Best Web/Mob CMS called Processwire <- Looks better than "PW" in the eye of strangers ;)

ProcessWire Modules are a MUST BUY in my opinion, Unless you are a PHP guru developer with magic touches while Building PHP Modules on Process Wire.

I want to buy some modules from Process Wire Store, but I'm still confused with which one to start.

Each of ProcessWire Modules/Plugins written in PHP for newbies & beginners  are getting my attention, and whats getting my attention more is Each Feature on each Best of the Best Process Wire CMS.

Thank you Ryan! - (Founder of one of the  Best CMS / Frameworks -> (Process Wire).

"PW" ->  ProcessWire -> a VS. Winner SEO Tool - Where everything is done automatically when looking on each page in details, after having some automatic CMS work with Processwire admin Dashboard.

Processwire converts complicate  into simplicity! 

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who is 

  • Google (2)?
  • :D

It's the sister from Google (1) and Google (3)  :P

Hey, welcome to PW!

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Processwire converts complicate  into simplicity!

...and You convert a wysiwyg editor into complicate Reading   :rolleyes:

Sincere Welcome from me, too....but man it's really hard to read... ^_^

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Thank you mr-fan and sorry if I made it hard for you guys to read.

I've also specified BLUES :)

why did you read the rest? hm? 

I just wanted to get your attention that newbies like me finds it really hard to read PHP codes instead.

We can focus on SEO too, at least when starting a topic.

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....Just kidding - no problems here ;)

to answer your blue questions:

1. no demo mode there - it's very simple buy as much modules from ryan as you may need - or not need - but wanna support ryan's work on Processwire

(for me i just bought lister pro and formbuilder to test and support PW - and on the next bigger project i get the ProFields)

2. With the current prices i don't think there is a need for a discount but i the recommend versions - so you can use them as often as you wish.

The really great thing with PW is you can almost achieve everthing without this commercial modules, too - but with much more effort and work...and if you calculate your time you'll save a lot if you buy them - but as i wrote it is your free decision there is no "buy this otherwise you can achieve this..." thing here - Thanks to Ryan for this point!

Best Regards mr-fan

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i bet ryan will refund you 100% if you are not happy ;)

welcome socrates - i also ask you to keep your postings free from such hard to read formatting.

looks like we found willyc's little brother :D

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I liked the formatting! Don't listen to these boring central europeans :P 

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Seriously, first I considered the post as spam. I still think its very trollish.

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....Just kidding - no problems here ;)

to answer your blue questions:

1. no demo mode there - it's very simple buy as much modules from ryan as you may need - or not need - but wanna support ryan's work on Processwire

(for me i just bought lister pro and formbuilder to test and support PW - and on the next bigger project i get the ProFields)

2. With the current prices i don't think there is a need for a discount but i the recommend versions - so you can use them as often as you wish.

The really great thing with PW is you can almost achieve everthing without this commercial modules, too - but with much more effort and work...and if you calculate your time you'll save a lot if you buy them - but as i wrote it is your free decision there is no "buy this otherwise you can achieve this..." thing here - Thanks to Ryan for this point!

Best Regards mr-fan

Thanks a lot for your answer :)

Got what you Got before going bigger (iHope), things collected!

The thing i asked for demos is that i didn't saw the licence types, my first look got the high rates...

But these modules are magic, and i Love them.

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