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  1. Hello everyone, I am so sorry for the bad news, Some people said that since they're not developers having the source code isn't useful for them. The original plan is to provide the source code to the license holders only so they can at least be able to improve them as they need, however, if there are many requests for open sourcing them so other developers can support it and improve it further, well, i have no problem with that.
  2. I believe you're wrong about WHMCS, it does not have a native CMS addon module by default, besides a $100 USD paid one time with an unlimited updates and support for free sounds pretty cheap for such plugin and its features plus its gonna be features.
  3. This is really funny guys, not sure what would hurt for you when someone say that he is planning on doing x y and z and yet nothing was done ?! most of what people post here are contributions, and even the going to be paid ones, people have their own reasons for not releasing something yet, i would say this is ridiculous to be honest.
  4. Absolutely no problem with asking , While we don't have a portfolio, we have done few blesta integrations recently, and we have successfully done many projects even more complex than just a theme integration including modules, plugins, payments gateways and even customising the core of Blesta and many of this forum members are our clients, so no need to worry, we're experienced in terms of skills and in Blesta as a framework.
  5. Yeah you write your own licensing code that integrates with the license manager, store the license data in the database and store as well the last time the license was checked, and write the code so it checks the database first for the last time the license was checked then if it passes the interval you have set then re-check and restore the data and the time of validating.
  6. Absolutely, you can call any model in blesta using the API.
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  8. the plugins navigation links in Blesta are stored in the database, therefore, to modify their links, you have to modify their records in your db: Blesta database >> plugin_actions Table >> look for the record where action = nav_primary_client >> modify the uri field to your desired value. to modify the sub links you have to modify the options field of the same record.
  9. I totally agree, the cart now works like an order form rather than a shopping cart in terms of allowing users to add several products/services of different categories, hopefully this gets imrpoved soon.
  10. 1- Yes you can but you must call the Record component first, however, since the plugins design follows the MVC pattern, you better create a model for the database interaction.
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    Digitalocean

    Just wanted to point in case you did not notice, There is a free plugin that we made to allow users to view all the available OS/Images & Regions for their digitalocean accounts plus their slugs/ids to use them within our digitalocean module's config options.
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    Digitalocean

    Go to DigitalOcean Account >> Settings >> Security >> Add SSH Key Then Blesta Admin Area >> Packages >> Add/Edit Your Package >> choose that module >> choose the SSH Key you've added this key is assigned to all of your newly created (using our module) clients servers, so you can login to SSH without the need to share their Keys with you.
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    Digitalocean

    Hi, Which part you don't understand ?
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