Magnolia offers 4 extension types:
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Frequently Asked Questions
To purchase an extension, send your inquiry using the form on the extension details page. Our sales team will process your request and get back to you to discuss pricing and the updates needed to your Magnolia license agreement.
To install an extension, check its documentation page and simply add the maven dependency to your project.
Connector Packs and Special Features are fully supported and come with the same service level agreement as per your Magnolia License Agreement (MLA) and Service Level Agreement (SLA).
Incubator extensions are maintained by Magnolia on a best effort basis and support can be provided via a service engagement.
3rd Party extensions are supported by the developing partner. For more details, check the Support & SLA details on each extension page.
Compatibility of each extension with the different Magnolia versions and editions is provided on each extension’s details page.
No. Publishing an extension on the Magnolia Marketplace is free of charge.
To publish an extension on the Magnolia Marketplace, you need to submit various technical and marketing information and assets related to your extension. These are listed on the Marketplace Program page.
Light Development is about applying the best patterns and principles from front-end development to CMS projects. With Light Development, front-end developers can create Magnolia projects with Light Modules without the need for Java development skills, or even an SDK or Java IDE.
Projects and features are packaged in 'light modules'. A light module is a folder on the filesystem with a set of subfolders for any supplied definitions, like 'contentTypes', 'restEndpoints' and 'apps'. Magnolia watches a specific directory, typically named 'light-modules', and treats any directory within it as a light module. You can put any number of light modules in it.
Publish your extension on the Marketplace
Developed the next greatest addition to our Marketplace? Complete the inquiry form and we'll get back to you to discuss your extension and approach for publication.