Living Stones Building Blocks

Announcement: The Living Stones Starter Kit is now available, providing the management and security framework for easily adding web building blocks to your website. The Living Stones building blocks make it easy to drop in dynamic capabilities without becoming a programming guru. Get Started Here.

Package Name Version Release Date Description
WYSIWYG Editor1.02006-06-15This package provides a What You See Is What You Get (aka WYSIWYG) text editor javascript tool for use by other Living Stones packages.
Sermons1.02006-05-31The Sermons package is designed to make it easy to upload information about sermons to a church website. This includes who preached when on what topic, with what synopsis, as part of what sermon series, covering what topics, and referencing which sermon texts. Files (e.g. audio, pdf, text) can also be associated with the sermon, and if the website server supports it, can even be uploaded directly from the Sermon Management tool. Audio file attachments are automatically added to the church's podcast when the associated sermon is "published." Along with managing Sermons, this package includes church management and pastor management tools to provide information about the who and where aspects of the sermon. The Sermon Management tool also notifies the Seek First portal of the new sermon information so that searchers at Seek First will be able to find the sermon on the church's website. The contents for pages that can be added to the church website include listing sermons in a variety of ways (e.g. by date, by sermon series, by topic, by scripture text, by pastor, etc.) and an implementation of the Google Mapping API for adding a map of church locations (e.g. worship, office) to the website.
Starter Kit1.02006-02-15The Starter Kit package establishes the basic frameworks for using and managing Living Stones building blocks on your website.
Bible1.02005-12-31This package makes it easy for websites to add Bible browsing and searching leveraging the Living Stones web services so that Bible contents don't need to be stored locally.