SuperFlexi

This forum is only for questions or discussions about working with the mojoPortal source code in Visual Studio, obtaining the source code from the repository, developing custom features, etc. If your question is not along these lines this is not the right forum. Please try to post your question in the appropriate forum.

Please do not post questions about design, CSS, or skinning here. Use the Help With Skins Forum for those questions.

This forum is for discussing mojoPortal development

This forum is only for questions or discussions about working with the mojoPortal source code in Visual Studio, obtaining the source code from the repository, developing custom features, etc. If your question is not along these lines this is not the right forum. Please try to post your question in the appropriate forum.

You can monitor commits to the repository from this page. We also recommend developers to subscribe to email notifications in the developer forum as occasionally important things are announced.

Before posting questions here you might want to review the developer documentation.

Do not post questions about design, CSS, or skinning here. Use the Help With Skins Forum for those questions.
2/21/2019 6:13:54 PM
Gravatar
Total Posts 189

SuperFlexi

Just a quick message to share my thrill of the SuperFlexi module. It is extremely easy to build small widgets and content layouts for end users using this framework. There are endless possibilities for adding jQuery widgets to your site that end users can actually manage. Or maybe its just layout grids and fancier displays of content that simply can't be edited in the HTML module without source code skill....SuperFlexi allows you to wrap the code up and allow end users to only edit the copy.

The easiest way to get started is to copy and existing solution and build off of the examples. You do NOT need to be a developer to build these solutions.Give it a try. MojoPortal doesn't have a ton of modules but with SuperFlexi you can build what you want.

 

2/22/2019 5:02:45 PM
Gravatar
Total Posts 2140

Re: SuperFlexi

Hi Eric,

Thanks for your note. SuperFlexi is definitely a huge help to us when developing sites.

All the best,
Joe