Apostrophe is a CMS framework for Node.js that supports in-context editing, schema-driven content types, flexible widgets, and much more.
Blogging for the Apostrophe 2 content management system for Node.
Provides approval-based workflow for projects that need it. An optional component of the Apostrophe CMS.
Adds features to apostrophe-pieces allowing easy import of content via CSV, Excel, etc.
Wiki and A2 build for the Apostrophe 2 Documentation site.
A modern oembed client. Allows you to register filters to improve or supply oembed support for sites that don't normally have it. You can also supply a whitelist of services you trust to prevent XSS attacks.
This sandbox site is the basis for our live demo. For your own projects, you can use apostrophe-boilerplate as a more streamlined, cleaner point of departure via the apostrophe-cli tool.
Send an HTML file as an email message with the right content type, for testing email clients
Generate one or more common English words. Intended for use as sample text, for example generating random blog posts for testing
P'unk Ave development best practices.
A convenience module for using browserify with frontend code in Apostrophe 2.
Localize, internationalize and translate your Apostrophe CMS sites.
0.6 implementation of apostrophe-map
Provides sitewide search for Apostrophe CMS sites.
Generates a site map of your Apostrophe site, for SEO and content strategy purposes.
Store files in a web-accessible location. Includes both S3-based and local filesystem-based backends. Can also scale and autorotate image files. Additional storage and image-processing backends are easy to create.
Support for collections of reusable snippets. Snippets are the shared foundation for blog posts and events and are also useful in their own right as a reusable content repository.
EARLY ALPHA OF APOSTROPHE 2, SEE apostrophenow.org FOR APOSTROPHE 1.) An RSS feed widget for the Apostrophe content management system.
Clean up user-submitted HTML, preserving whitelisted elements and whitelisted attributes on a per-element basis. Built on htmlparser2 for speed and tolerance
Painlessly deploy node.js applications to your staging and production servers. Use a standard VPS or dedicated server to host both Node and traditional Apache-based websites. Pairs nicely with nginx and mechanic.
This fork solely addresses security issues and compatibility with new PHP versions. No new features, and no bc breaks for project level code unless security absolutely demands it. Minimum PHP version is 5.3.4.
Pipe entire mongodb databases through the shell, or to a node stream. It's what you wanted mongodump to be.
Import PubMed docs from a Google Spreadsheet via an additional Manager interface on a piece subclass