Anybody using ddev (https://www.drud.com) for SilverStripe development? Looks pretty promising to me.
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Thanks guys, there’s probably still no easy one-fits-all solution, so I might just keep with Layershift’s premium prices, and see if I can pass them on to my clients
Any hosting recommendations in Europe/UK? I need something thats easy to set up, has SSH access, and is somewhat affordable. I’ve been out of the game for a little while, and am hosting my sites on Layershift, which I’m happy with, but the mysql nodes easily get out of hand, and end up costing a little fortune.
Is anyone interested in taking this one over: https://themeforest.net/item/icon-theme-with-page-types-for-silverstripe-3/6298473
(with the achilles heel that there’s an agreement with the original author that profits are shared 50/50)
I’m happy to transfer it, all source files etc. free of charge to anyone interested of taking this over and taking care of the bureaucracy involved in it.
Could be an interesting point of departure if you’d e.g. want to sell SilverStripe themes. I just don’t have the time to maintain it.
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I was planning to push it (and other themes) more, just never ended up having the time
I was planning to publish several themes, and of course to stay relevant you also have to keep them updated
True, i built one a few years ago (titledk). There are a few users around so you should be able to get help
@wmk was showing some interest in an ss4 version but unfortunately that's not currently in the pipeline -shouldn't be huge though
@Andante @dorsetdigital yes I built a calendar module and it's still used/worked on by a few people