grav-plugin-data-manager - Grav Data Manager Plugin

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The Data Manager Plugin for Grav adds the ability to visualize data. This is particularly useful for the admin and form plugins. Additional plugins may store data content, and the Data plugin - properly configured - is able to show their data too. | IMPORTANT!!! This plugin is currently in development as is to be considered a beta release. As such, use this in a production environment at your own risk!. More features will be added in the future.



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