Last week, I published my first ProcessWire module - a simple Textformatter.
Github Project: https://github.com/MartinMuzatko/TextformatterAutoAnchor/
ProcessWire Module Page: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/textformatter-auto-anchor/
The module does nothing simpler than adding anchors and IDs to headings (h2 to h6) for quick navigation and for sharing sections of pages. It was a work of maybe 30 minutes, but it even got featured in the latest ProcessWire weekly.
Why is this important?
We need more of the community to stand up and code up things that solves even tiny problems. OpenSource projects like ProcessWire depend on the community. I didn't realize what I could do with just a tiny Textformatter.
Diving into a specific topic can be easier than you may think.
You can start learning how to create ProcessWire Modules/Plugins here: http://processwire.com/api/modules/
Or have a look in the forum posts about developing plugins.
How do you build re-usable interactive webcomponents without wasting your precious time bending the DOM to your needs? Get my latest content about building front-end web-apps delivered directly to your inbox and get free code samples for all the components I create.
See other articles
Using noUiSlider as range slider to filter between two numbers
Do you know these fancy range sliders that can filter items with the blink of an eye? You move around a handle and get the desired results right away. In this article, you are going to learn how to implement a range slider to filter your data.
How to group together filter inputs to obtain and combine their values
When you want to filter a set of products or other lists, naturally you have to think how you could wire together the variety of filters. With this article, you will learn how you can retrieve the data and combine the values to filter your items in real-time.