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RE: List of Confirmed Features - adbrad - 2013-05-07

(2013-05-06, 08:32 PM)pelaak8 Wrote: please add ability to mybb than give an alarm when a user quote my post.
this alarm can similar pm's... and user can to enable & disable from cp.

thx

They have http://mods.mybb.com/view/myalerts for 1.6, this may be good as core in a later version.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Dusteh - 2013-05-12

(2011-07-24, 10:09 PM)Tomm M Wrote: Conversation PMs, a fresh User CP, new Profile, mobile functionality.

@faviouz, it is entirely satirical in nature.

'Mobile Functionality' I cant wait. Smile


RE: List of Confirmed Features - mtangoo - 2013-05-19

Editor should get some love. Why not something like VBulletin's. OnFly preview is nicer (I believe its CKEditor!)


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Alex Smith - 2013-05-19

(2013-05-19, 09:13 PM)mtangoo Wrote: Editor should get some love. Why not something like VBulletin's. OnFly preview is nicer (I believe its CKEditor!)

That's what WYSIWYG editor is...


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Exze - 2013-05-20

Any news on the framework? Is Yii still being used?


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Tomm M - 2013-05-20

The general consensus is swaying towards Laravel. A final decision will be made shortly before 1.8's public release.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Time_to_start - 2013-05-20

I think it's a good thing that the team is finally moving on to a new generation of this forum software. It would be a great thing to start with fresh code, as you guys know now what you pretty much need as core features already.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - iamaaron - 2013-08-03

(2013-05-20, 08:58 AM)Tomm M Wrote: The general consensus is swaying towards Laravel. A final decision will be made shortly before 1.8's public release.

Why not just stick with vanilla PHP, as opposed to adding another overhead to your code base? I think frameworks are cool, and they do make tasks easier, but they also add that fun, robust, and heavy overhead to any project.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Nathan Malcolm - 2013-08-03

(2013-08-03, 07:23 AM)iamaaron Wrote:
(2013-05-20, 08:58 AM)Tomm M Wrote: The general consensus is swaying towards Laravel. A final decision will be made shortly before 1.8's public release.

Why not just stick with vanilla PHP, as opposed to adding another overhead to your code base? I think frameworks are cool, and they do make tasks easier, but they also add that fun, robust, and heavy overhead to any project.

We're researching our options and we'll choose one which meets our standards and needs. We could develop our own framework, but we'd likely end up with a similar overhead.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Alex Smith - 2013-08-03

But, mybb already does framework/modular stuff anyway.

It handles templates, mods, languages. While I agree with what you're saying not all frameworks are huge and have tones of over head. I mean just look at some CSS/JS frameworks for example. Like bootstrap is huge (overkill imo for a framework) but amazium imo provides enough to be a great tool while not basically designing the site for you.