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April 23, 2015 MODXpo 2015 to be on November 21-22 in Munich, Germany
The MODXpo is back! This year, MODXpo Europe will take place in Munich, Germany, during the weekend of November 21st-22nd. In the first MODX.today guest post, Organiser Benjamin Davis is excited to announce the launch of the conference website, and to invite potential speakers to get in touch.
April 04, 2017 MODX Bug Hunts are not just for programmers!
There seems to be a misconception that the MODX Bug Hunt is only focused on fixing code. There are lots of other things that people can do to contribute that don't require ninja coding skills!
April 26, 2017 The biggest MODX marketplace is now available in English
modstore.pro has been available in Russian for 4 years now. It has grown to enormous proportions with 200+ quality paid & free extras, 9000+ users and nearly 150.000 downloads. It is now available in English!
June 05, 2015 SimpleCart is looking for a new Maintainer
On Wednesday, Bert Oost announced that he will stop maintaining SimpleCart. Since taking on a full time job, Bert has been struggling trying to find enough time to maintain and support it and he announced he's looking for someone to take over development of the ecommerce extra.
Bob Ray has been a well-known MODX contributor for a long time, and with SiteCheck he has put a lot of his knowledge and experience into a single extra. SiteCheck analyses your entire MODX site, trying to find common and not-so-common issues and it provides you with a list of what needs to be fixed. If you want to, it can also correct a lot of these issues automatically.
April 29, 2017 Tutorial: Creating custom field types in Formalicious
I've recently been working on a project with Formalicious where the client requested dynamically-filled select inputs. This is pretty straightforward to set up, as shown in this tutorial.