Here’s a look at some of the best Statamic stuff created by the community in January.
Jay George has been writing a whole “Setting up Statamic v3 on MacOS” blog series. Here are his January posts. It’s more blog posts than we usually write in a year. 👏
- Composer + Valet
- Running Valet
- Installing Statamic
- Publishing a Statamic Site
- Working with Git
- Improving Image Quality with ImageMagick
- Downloading and Installing an Existing Statamic Site
- Pulling Changes from a Statamic Production Site
- Recommended Ploi Settings for Statamic
Statameet is a recently announced Statamic meetup/mini-conference planned for September in northern Germany. If the pandemic situation is in a better place, the hope is for this to be an in-person event. Statameet is being organized by Jonas Siewertsen from Visuellverstehen.
Stack by Joe Tannenbaum provides
stack tags — similar to Blade stack directives — to Antlers templates.
Instagram User Feed by Pixney allows you to fetch an Instagram feed and stories without OAuth. This uses a scraping approach and is inherently at risk of not working at any given time if Instagram changes their markup, so I’d recommend only using it in non-critical uses. I’ve totally done this before and it’s so much easier than the OAuth approach that I think it’s worth the “risk”.
Twitter by Pixney displays your Twitter feed using the Twitter v1.1 API.
Thumbnails by Flame generates social media thumbnail images on the fly based on the title of an entry. How neat is that? I think it’s pretty neat.
UUID by Aryeh Raber auto-generates UUIDs for empty fields. This is useful if you need unique, persistent IDs for each row in a Replicator, for example.
Live Search by Jonas Siewertsen is a Laravel Livewire powered Live Search component. It’s a pretty stinkin’ rad way to skip Algolia entirely.
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