Today I have re-launched my site using the new MODx Revolution. There were a few bumps along the road but overall I am really impressed with the work that has gone into this release.
Along with the upgrade I had to make a few changes to the site to get everything working. I also took this as an opportunity to clean house and really get rid of some junk that had been cluttering up my previous site…
The chapter I have reviewed is Chapter 5: Authentication and Authorization. You can click the previous link to view the chapter in its entirety along with some more information about the author (Antano Solar John) and book.
My initial thoughts are that the chapter is well written and covers one of the difficult topics on MODx development. The chapter does a good job of explaining the basics of …
Yesterday the announcement was made that MODx Revolution 2.0 beta 1 was available for download. I have tried out SVN builds along the way but this is getting close to final now. For those that don't know, this is a complete re-write of the MODx codebase. This is really exciting times for MODx and a great time to get more involved.
So now it needs tested and bug-reports filed. Here is the link…
I was reading the MODx forums and came across an idea/request for the ability to auto post to Twitter when you publish a new document. Having spent some time going over Twitters api I knew this would be a pretty easy task, so I wrote a quick plugin to make it work. This tutorial is for MODx Evolution.
A template can be used for your message with placeholders for the pagetitle a…
Another day another Wayfinder beta release. I am hoping to get this one finalized asap, so any feedback from testing would be greatly appreciated.
In addition to the changes made in the previous beta, I have made the following additions:
Fixed TV inherit issue & added tv placeholder usage to wrapper templates - modx link
Added debug console ala Ditto
Added ability to show secure docs even …