Member Only Event

  • Do you want to restrict registration to certain events to logged in members only but still have other events open to the public? If the answer to the above question is yes, then this extension is for you. This extension allows you to set a flag to any event so registration is restricted to those that have a current membership.
     

QR Code Checkin

QRCode Checkin allows you to send an email that contains a scanable code to the registered participants for your event.

Your registration workers can use any freely available QR Code scanning software on their phones to scan the code and open the encoded web address on their browser.

When they do, they will get the status information about the registration

With one click, the registration worker can change their status from registered to attended.

Api4

Install this extension if you are a developer and wish to integrate CiviCRM with an extension or application, or if another extension requires it.

Entity Templates

This extension allows you to create templates for Contacts and Contributions.

Templates will pre-fill your "New Individual", "New Organization", and/or "New Contribution" screens with values you've pre-selected.  This includes custom fields and tags/groups.  Perhaps you have a regularly scheduled event that brings in new constituents that need the same "Source" field and are tagged/grouped the same way - this will cut down on repetitive data entry.
 

Cron Plus

Cron Plus adds new features to the Schedule Jobs. It can be set the exactly date / time when a job must be executed

It fixes as well the known issue for cron execution shifting described here:

Eavesdropper

Introduction

CiviCRM Eavesdropper: Overrides the default file log and writes to Redis instead.

Installation

  • You can directly clone to your CiviCRM extension directory using
    $ git clone https://github.com/wannesderoy/be.calibrate.eavesdropper

Requirements

  • PHP v7.0+
  • CiviCRM 5.0
  • PhpRedis extension
  • Redis 4.0

Configuration

Put the following constants in your civicrm.settings.php