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New Creating a Module tutorial almost ready for prime time

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Community Member, 18 Posts

30 May 2008 at 4:28pm

Edited: 30/05/2008 4:29pm


I have just finished a tutorial I have been working on that runs through the process of creating a simple module for the SilverStripe framework.

The tutorial can be found at:

There are one or two things in the document to tidy up but it does produce a working module if you cut n paste the code snippets into the correct files.

Please use the comment form on the wiki to let me know if I am missing anything or you can see any improvements.



Community Member, 791 Posts

31 May 2008 at 8:07am

Whoaa.. That tutorial is looking very , very good!

Thanks for the hard work ! Haven´t had the time to walk through it yet , but I´ll let you know when I did....


Community Member, 501 Posts

31 May 2008 at 10:03am

Thanks, although maybe a bit over the top for random links, this provides some very nice insight in how to add a main section to the cms and how to extend LeftAndMain!

Really appreciated.