Staff directories, user accounts and personal profiles for the Apostrophe content management system
A widget for markdown as an alternative to rich text editing in the Apostrophe CMS.
A new content area editor for Apostrophe. Integrates ckeditor and allows the option of using other rich text editors. Alternative content area editors can also be created following the same interface.
Styles required for the new editor and other pre-release improvements to A2's interface. Eventually this will merge into the apostrophe module.
Allows a column of content to be broken up into blocks with independent templates, allowing for sub-columns to alternate with a full width column for instance. Blocks can be added and removed freely.
Convert and scale JPEG, GIF and PNG images without running out of memory, even when the images are very large. Fully asynchronous.
Allows pages to contain multiple titled sections accessible via internal tabs, and permits users to add and remove sections freely.
Adds an RSS feed widget to the Jot rich content editor
Determines if a program exists in the PATH environment variable. Cross platform, including support for checking likely executable file extensions on Windows. Available in synchronous and asynchronous versions.
DEPRECATED - Jot has evolved into Apostrophe. Use the apostrophe module instead for your rich content editing and management needs.
Reusable content snippets for the Apostrophe content management system. The blog and events modules are built on this foundation, which is also useful in and of itself.
Apostrophe is a user-friendly content management system. This core module of Apostrophe provides rich content editing and essential facilities to integrate Apostrophe into your Express project. Apostrophe also includes simple facilities for storing your rich content areas in MongoDB and fetching them back again. Additional functionality is available in modules like apostrophe-pages, apostrophe-snippets, apostrophe-blog, apostrophe-events, apostrophe-twitter and apostrophe-rss.
absolution accepts HTML and a base URL, and returns HTML with absolute URLs. Great for generating valid RSS feeds.
Zoltar sees all! Access your node sites by their project name with no port number; manage them with a friendly web-based console
Adds trees of pages to the Apostrophe content management system
Store files in a web-accessible location via a simplified API. Can automatically scale and rotate images. Includes both S3-based and local filesystem-based backends with the most convenient features of each. Alternate backends for both storage and image manipulation are supported.
Create sites powered by the Apostrophe 2 CMS with a minimum of boilerplate code