Here’s a look at some of the best Statamic stuff created by the community in February. There’s some really good stuff this past month.
- Why Laravel News Chose Statamic by Eric Barnes
- Building the New Laravel News Website by Zaengle
- Integrating Laravel Park, Stripe, and Statamic 3 by John Koster
- Efficiently create websites for client with Statamic Peak by Rob de Kort
Plausible by Visuellverstehen adds a link to the sidebar of the control panel to easily navigate to your Plausible Analytics site.
Fathom by Michael Aerni adds a link to the sidebar of the control panel to easily navigate to your Fathom site.
Plausible Analytics by Jack Whiting pulls your analytics right into the dashboard.
YumYum from Duncan McClean (aka Double Three Digital) lets you import entries and taxonomies from RSS and JSON feeds. It costs $29 and will easily save you 10x that much in time saved alone.
Table on Steroids for v3 by Goellner is a fieldtype that lets you paste CSV data right into a table. It’s super slick and costs a mere $10.
Bard Text Color by Mosteanu Bogdan-Mihai is a little free addon for Bard that lets you change text color.
Dynamic Cache from the prolific Michael Aerni gives dynamic super powers to fully static caching allowing you to use forms,
sort="random" and other super useful things without losing the benefits of that
full caching mode.
Events by Transform Studios allows you to create a calendar of events or list the next few upcoming events. This also includes the ability to create recurring events, which is pretty awesome.
Did we miss anything?
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