September 11, 2013 | Posted by Paul
Our success depends in large part on the ability for other people to extend Blesta by creating their own modules, gateways, and plugins. For this reason, it’s our goal to support developers like nobody else. We realize that we cannot build every extension imaginable, or serve every market niche. It’s our hope and desire that developers everywhere embrace Blesta as the best billing platform for their development efforts.
That brings us to the reason for this post. ModulesGarden has just released their first module for Blesta.
cPanel Extended for Blesta
This module builds on our own cPanel module big time, eliminating the need for most of your customers to even need to login to cPanel at all. Your customers can create FTP accounts, email addresses, databases, subdomains, addon domains, cron jobs, and so much more right from their client area in Blesta. If they do need to get into the panel, there’s a simple button they can click to automatically log into cPanel, phpMyAdmin, or Webmail.
We are very satisfied from cooperation between ModulesGarden and Blesta. Paul is a very friendly and open minded person who helped us a lot to create a module cPanel Extended For Blesta. Exchange of information between our companies was simply perfect. We received every support and feedback necessary to successfully proceed with development of the module. We definitely recommend Blesta as a partner for cooperation. - Piotr Dołęga, ModulesGarden CMO
Working with ModulesGarden was a pleasure, and we think they are on to something really important. Extended functionality modules are great because they consolidate tasks into a single panel. This simplifies things substantially for your customers, introducing a level of simplicity and usability that hasn’t existed in the web hosting industry until recently.
Please join us in thanking ModulesGarden for their hard work, and if you offer cPanel hosting be sure to pick up a copy of this module or give their 7 day free trial a spin. If you have a suggestion for another extended functionality module, let them know.