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Most used module in Processwire ?

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Hey All,

 

Which module you use most of the time per every work you do in ProcessWire ? For me its ProcessExportProfile because I use this to mgrate my localhost development to the Live server. Easy as peach, I use this for every work I do. I personally feel this should be in the stock.

What about you all ? any modules you use a lot ? 

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Interesting, on my side for every project, it's :

 

@JeevanisM you should give a try to the last one 👆🏼🙊

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2 hours ago, flydev 👊🏻 said:

Interesting, on my side for every project, it's :

 

@JeevanisM you should give a try to the last one 👆🏼🙊

will try with Duplicator then, thanx for the suggestion 🙂

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This is my standard setup:

  • FormBuilder
  • FrontEndEditLightbox
  • MarkupSimpleNavigation
  • MarkupSitemapXML
  • ProcessWireUpgrade
  • TracyDebugger
  • AdminOnSteroids
  • ProFields
  • Process Dashboard
  • SeoMaestro
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My top 3:

  1. TracyDebugger
  2. TracyDebugger
  3. TracyDebugger

🙂 

We already have such a thread here:

 

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  • TemplateEngineFactory with TemplateEngineSmarty
  • SeoMaestro
  • AdminOnSteroids
  • FieldtypeSelectExtOption
  • ProCache
  • ListerPro
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I can't be limited to just 5...

  • ListerPro
  • MarkupSitemapXML
  • ProFields Table
  • ProFields RepeaterMatrix
  • AdminPageFieldEditLinks
  • AdminModalception
  • Decimal
  • TextformatterVideoEmbed
  • ProCache
  • ProDrafts
  • UI Blocks
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@gmclelland UI Blocks is a front-end output strategy that we built at Solution Innovators. Not in the module directory yet due to a lack of good documentation. But I'm getting close to having that ready 😁

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Sounds interesting.  Thanks for explaining!

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