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I released my first ProcessWire module

After being annoyed with having to use jQuery for an ever so simple thing, I opened sublime and began to create it. Later I decided to publish it.

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.

#Start learning

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.