Get more features for your Composite C1 solution by installing one of the many packages made by other Composite C1 developers. Here you will find links to package servers, websites and NuGet packages people have shared.
To install packages from a C1 Package Server you first subscribe to it: Go to your System perspective, Packages, Package Sources and launch the "Add new Package Source" command. Paste in the URL for the package server and click OK. Now the C1 Packages from this new source is listed below Available Packages and you install them as any other package.
Package Source URL: http://contribpackages.composite.net/Packages.asmx
This server hosts most packages from the CompositeC1Contrib project. For a quick overview of the available packages visit the package server home page.
Package Source URL: http://c1packages.acto.dk/Packages.asmx
The Danish web agency Acto has been building Composite C1 sites for quite some time and here you will find packages they have chosen to share. For a quick overview of the available packages visit the package server home page.
Package Source URL: http://www.hurricanejs.com/Packages.asmx
You can download C1 Packages from the sites listed below. You download a ZIP file which you can then upload to your Composite C1 site via the System perspective's Packages node by invoking "Install Local Package ...".
A number of C1 Packages have also been made available via NuGet.
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If you'd also like to share things you have built for Composite C1 read about creating your own packages and setting up your own package server - when you have a webpage or package server you would like us to mention here drop us a mail.
If you are looking for like minded to toss ideas around with write a post in the Composite C1 forum.