The official QCubed plugins git repo
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QAnyTimeBox @ d9c749f
QAutoCompleteTextBox @ 36e2920
QCaptchaTextBox @ be5f98e
QChromePhp @ edd7c55
QCollapsablePanel @ 63101dd
QCurl @ b2165f4
QDataGridExporterButton @ 2c83a30
QDataTables @ 4598a09
QDateRangePicker @ d5fe94c
QEmailTextBox @ f716737
QFCKEditor @ 7e88fa7
QFirebug @ ade6610
QFlot @ 06d8a8a
QGoogleMap @ 28582ca
QJqScrollTo @ a122268
QListPanel @ 6cebe11
QMaskTextBox @ 64a4a30
QObjectDiff @ 4dfeba7
QPage @ 8a90995
QPhoneTextBox @ 838ae7d
QProgressBar @ 1f465e5
QQConditionRange @ 85e3c18
QReport @ 22f5ca2
QSelect2ListBox @ 18d16d9
QSlidePaginator @ fa7b8d8
QSlider @ 39a2e32
QSmsMessage @ a366253
QSortable @ ee2fcf6
QSwfObject @ 62860ed
QTabPanel @ 1d99e1b
QVisualCalendar @ 0d3cc23
QVisualEvent @ ea6da9d
QXmlRpc_Client @ a535f3d

QCubed Plugins Central Repository

This is the central location for all current plugins. This is a super-repo that links to individual plugin repos.

Creating a Plugin here

Step 1. Create a brand new repo for your plugin with a unique name. (We really need a skeleton of a plugin as an example, until then just try to mimic the current ones.)

Step 2. Create a pull request from your repo to here.

Step 3. Wait... Someone will review, test, and then create a QCubed repo from yours and close the pull request. Or they will let you know why your plugin is not yet accepted. Either way, the pull requests are a good place to check for unstable, coming-soon plugins.

Step 4. Help maintain the plugin. All future edits can be pull requested to the QCubed repo (not this one) and you will be set as a contributor. This way you can also accept the pull requests from other developers without having them go to your fork.

Plugin Installation

More to come.