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StripeCon EU 2018—Let’s get technical!

As our representative from SilverStripe HQ in New Zealand, Robbie Averill gave us a rundown of all the technologies, ideas, and implementations at StripeCon EU 2018.

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Tag: developers

Module of the Month: Have I Been Pwned?

Breached passwords not only pose a threat to personal information but can give attackers the keys to your site. But how do you know if a password has been breached? SilverStripe Developer and security buff Simon Erkelens has answers in November’s Module of the Month, Have I Been Pwned?

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Automating deployments to SilverStripe Platform with GitLab

Building on their previous post introducing Continuous Integrations with GitLab, in this guest post from E2 Digital, Hayden Shaw tells us how they’re automating deployments to SilverStripe Platform.

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Site of the Month: BreastScreen Victoria

The October Site of the Month is BreastScreen Victoria which comes to us from Soul+Wolf, a full-service digital agency and SilverStripe Professional Partner based in Melbourne, Australia.

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Development within agencies, continuous integration, and Gitlab CI

There’s a lot of excellent discussion about continuous integration and how useful it is in modern web development. In this post, E2 Digital’s Tim Oliver explains how to get started with GitLab CI.

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Getting Meta; A datastore in a datastore

Posted in Open Source, Developers

Tagged open source, developers, SilverStripe, JSONText

by Russell Michell

Posted 9 October 2018

Introducing an exciting and  little known SilverStripe module, JSONText, which stores and manipulates JSON data programmatically and optionally via the UI using the silverstripe/cms module. 

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Site of the Month: Vitora

September’s Site of the Month is Vitora by the skilled team at Web Torque, a digital agency and SilverStripe Professional Partner based in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Module of the Month: Break out the SilverWare

September's Module of the Month is SilverWare, a component framework for SilverStripe 4 which allows you to build entire page templates and layouts from components that are configurable, extensible, and reusable.

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Introducing a new approach to deployments

Introducing an exciting new feature to the deployment dashboard for SilverStripe Platform and the Common Web Platform, allowing customisation in how you build the code you deploy to your site.

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Module of the Month: Focus on what matters

Focus Point is SilverStripe’s Module of the Month. It provides a solution for automatic image cropping, enabling content editors to easily set and crop imagery from a focus point, instead of the centre point of the image.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Site of the Month: Fittopia

Impulse Digital are creators of this months 'Site of the Month' for their work on Fittopia.com.au. Impulse Digital developed an online lifestyle platform for Fittopia that helps fitness businesses to connect with media outlets. Read more about the project and what modules were used here.

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Introducing the SilverStripe Resources Centre

Announcing the launch of our brand new, completely free Resources Centre, where we've brought together years of expertise into one place. You will find a collection of downloadable content including case studies, eBooks, whitepapers and more. 

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Module of the Month: SEO improvements

SilverStripe SEO is this months Module of the Month. Clients love to ask about SilverStripe and its Search Engine Optimisation capabilities, as it's an important factor to take into consideration before starting a new web project. Read what Simon has to say about the module.

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The intersection between art and technology

Many developers are also artists as they too are creators and doers. SilverStripe developer and artist, Juliet Brown, expands on her talk about the intersection of art and technology from the 2018 Decompress conference in Melbourne.

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Module of the Month: Colouring outside the lines

Style and brand the CMS with the SilverStripe CMS Theme Module. This 'Module of the Month' makes it easy to change the look and feel of the CMS to match your client or agencies branding.

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Site of the Month: Camden Council

Camden Council is May's 'Site of the Month'. Built by Solutions Outsourced, it is an innovative, accessible, visually engaging design built to ease pressure on the Council's call centre. 

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When do you stop starting again?

Is it the 'latest and greatest' or the 'old is gold' proverb that holds true when it comes to new vs legacy technologies? Stevie Mayhew doesn't think they have to be mutually exclusive, or does he?

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Video: StripeCon NZ 2017 - Aaron Carlino

The rise of the Headless CMS is now becoming realised for the SilverStripe community, with early adoption projects beginning to surface. In this talk from StripeCon NZ 2017, Aaron Carlino (Uncle Cheese) discusses and demos Headless SilverStripe by building a modern, API-driven application in SilverStripe 4.

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Site of the Month: So Resi

April's 'Site of the Month' comes from SilverStripe Professional Partner Positive Technology. This site offers a clean, feature rich, responsive user experience and is well directed towards its target audience.

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Module of the Month: Let's go somewhere else

RedirectorPages can leave your SiteTree cluttered and difficult to use. This 'Module of the Month' alleviates the need for RedirectorPages, making it easier for CMS users to create redirects and navigate the SiteTree.

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Video: StripeCon NZ 2017 - Danäe Miller-Clendon

What may seem like trivial decisions can actually be some of the most important when creating modules. Not just the modules themselves, but the structure and language used, all affect how your brand is interpreted by your audience.

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Accessibility is better for everyone

Making the web accessible to all should be top of mind when building a new site. Here are some key considerations to think about when taking on a new project, and some of the reasons why you should care about web accessibility.

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