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gravatar Alex Gilbert is a developer for 12 plugins.

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apostropheBlogPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3
25
users
Apostrophe is a Symfony and Doctrine-based CMS that emphasizes in-context editing. For more information see http://symfony-project.org/plugins/apostrophePlugin. apostropheBlogPlugin adds management of news and events to the CMS with all of your post content controlled by Apostrophe slots.
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apostrophePlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3
110
users
Apostrophe is a Symfony and Doctrine-based CMS that emphasizes in-context editing. All slot types are implemented as Symfony modules, with all the flexibility that implies. Version control is implemented, permitting easy rollback of all edits. jQuery is used to implement AJAX features.
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pkBlogPlugin
MIT sf 1.2
5
users
This plugin is deprecated and is not maintained anymore. THIS PLUGIN IS OBSOLETE. Please use apostropheBlogPlugin.
pkBlogPlugin adds blog and event management tools to a site built with pkContextCMSPlugin.
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pkContextCMSPlugin
17
users
This plugin is deprecated and is not maintained anymore. THIS PLUGIN IS OBSOLETE. Please use apostrophePlugin.
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pkImageConverterPlugin
12
users
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pkMediaCMSSlotsPlugin
11
users
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pkMediaPlugin
11
users
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pkPersistentFileUploadPlugin
12
users
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pkToolkitPlugin
13
users
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sfDoctrineActAsTaggablePlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
108
users
This behavior allows tags to be attached to Doctrine objects. It includes tag-cloud generation and helpers to display these clouds. It also offers optional typeahead features for entering tags.
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sfDoctrineApplyPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
106
users
Allows users of a site protected by sfDoctrineGuardPlugin to create new accounts, verifying them by email. Both account creation and password changes require email verification as a speed bump to slow down spammers.
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sfSyncContentPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2
18
users
Symfony makes it easy to sync code between your development, staging and production servers. But what about content? Deploying content to other servers typically does not happen on the same schedule as the deployment of code. And Symfony's rsync support doesn't address the issue of copying databases. So if you're like me, you're sick and tired of copying database dumps and data files around during the early stages of deploying a site. sfSyncContentPlugin to the rescue!