Breached passwords not only pose a threat to personal information but can give attackers the keys to your site. But how do you know if a password has been breached? SilverStripe Developer and security buff Simon Erkelens has answers in November’s Module of the Month, Have I Been Pwned?
I tried setting up SilverWare a few weeks ago and had a hard time. It seemed quite different from other SS recipes. Is there a good guide or tutorial for setting it up?
No worries! I found your
composer create-project command that should make a difference. I use CWP watea as my "go to" theme and was hoping to have a look at what SilverWare does out of the box. I might try again this weekend 🙂
Yeah definitely use the
silverware/app to get started, it makes matters easier. Composer will ask some questions to help set up the install. Also, you mention "watea"... I'd like to explore some options in the future to allow a "SilverWare lite" which would permit components to be easily added to a more standard theme/templates. As it stands right now, it's either an all or nothing affair (i.e. SilverWare needs it's own theme to render the site)
I have another repo here actually you may be interested in, it's a regular SS theme (nothing to do with SilverWare) which forms a starting point for a BS4 theme: https://github.com/praxisnetau/silverstripe-vanilla
Hi all. September's Module of the Month is SilverWare, a component framework for SilverStripe 4 which allows you to build entire page templates and layouts from components that are configurable, extensible, and reusable.