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Your Weekly Devot:ee - May 24, 2012


  • SurgerEE (for EE2) by Digital Surgeons
    Ever want to use php in your templates because of some glaringly missing functionality? SurgerEE is an ongoing collection of tags filling those gaps and aiding with your template surgery.
  • ForEEcast ($, for EE2) by Lee Hilton
    Foreecast pulls it’s data from and provides a five day weather forecast for your ExpressionEngine web project.
  • Ress (for EE2) by Tyssen
    RESS (Responsive Design + Server Side Components) add-on for ExpressionEngine detects the screen resolution of a device via javascript and then sets a variable which you can then access in your templates. Useful for creating responsive web design layouts that adapt to users’ screen size and can also conditionally show or hide content.
  • BasEE64 (for EE2) by Lee Hilton
    BasEE64 is an ExpressionEngine plugin that encodes and decodes data via the php base64_encode() and base64_decode() function.
  • Firemail Emails (for EE2) by Rein de Vries
    This small plugin shows emails sent with Firemail.
  • Zenbu MX Cloner Support Extension (for EE2) by Nicolas Bottari
    Adds an MX Cloner column in Zenbu’s entry listing.
  • A&M Impact Search Suggest ($, for EE2) by a&m impact
    Take your search to the next level! Easily make suggestions for different search terms for mistyped words, based on any language’s dictionary or a dictionary based on the content of your site.
  • ProForm Catchall (for EE2) by Isaac Raway (Airways)
    The ProForm Catchall field is a field plugin for ProForm that adds support for handling arbitrary fields posted to a form. When you don’t know which fields are needed ahead of time, ProForm Catchall comes to the rescue. *** This plugin is part of ProForm’s expanding platform for advanced form handling in ExpressionEngine 2.0.

Posted on May 24, 2012 by Ryan Masuga

Filed Under: Weekly Devot:ee