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Gumfuzi
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Re: ajax?

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yes, some ajax Mods would be great!
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I has already made some AJAX things for 3, but aren't public yet:
Ajax Shoutbox
Ajax polls (Like as above)
Ajax inline edit
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Re: ajax?

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inline edit: is this instead of the normal edit? that would be great!
polls are also great!

I (we) hope, that you will pass a small info to me (us), when the mods are finished - that would be great!
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Yes, you click on the edit button, and instead of the message, there comes a textfield, where you can edit that message :)
When mods are allowed @ phpbb.com, i will post them there :)
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My biggest hope for phpBB3 MODs is proper coding...
I see so much poor coding techniques used for phpBB2, but I'm hoping the well done job of the Devs on phpBB3 will encourage really well codded MODs for phpBB3
I'd like to see MODs that if installed, actually work as explained or intended without any modifications.
OR
MODs that can work with the system without modifying every piece of valid core code. (think you know which one(s) I'm talking about?)
phpBB3 is module based, and that is a good thing... lets hope its used properly for MODs.
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heh look at highway, such a dreamer :P
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Highway of Life wrote: My biggest hope for phpBB3 MODs is proper coding...
I see so much poor coding techniques used for phpBB2, but I'm hoping the well done job of the Devs on phpBB3 will encourage really well codded MODs for phpBB3
I'd like to see MODs that if installed, actually work as explained or intended without any modifications.
OR
MODs that can work with the system without modifying every piece of valid core code. (think you know which one(s) I'm talking about?)
phpBB3 is module based, and that is a good thing... lets hope its used properly for MODs.

/me hopes this also 8)
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I think about the only way to ensure (police) this is REALLY strict coding guidelines from the phpBB MOD team and a required amount of testing and verification that the MOD does what it's supposed to do before it's officially released to the future phpBB MOD Database.
But not just coding guidelines, but really looking at the code to see if it can be simplified or functions that are put into core files taken out and put in separate files whenever possible as to not disrupt the code.
How many MODs out there conflict with one another because they just modify too many files instead of isolating them in their own functions file(s).
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AJAX is the future .. :mrgreen:

Someone talk about back button not supported with AJAX

here is the code to fix this problem :

JavaScript :

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var historyArray = Array(); // create an empty array to hold the history
var historyCounter = -1; // initialize the array pointer to -1
 
function historyAdd(f){
  if (historyCounter == -1){  // the first time this is called it will change the iframe location
  document.getElementById(’hFrame’).src = “/historySpring.php”;
}
 
var o = historyArray[historyCounter];
if (f != o){ // don’t put in consecutive duplicates
  historyCounter++
  historyArray[historyCounter] = f; // add function to history
}
 
function goBack() {
  if (historyCounter> 0){ // don’t want to call it if there is nothing in history array
    historyCounter– // set the pointer back one
    var f = historyArray[historyCounter]; // get the function from the history array
    f = f+”()”;
    eval(f); // call the function
  }
}
I found it here :
http://ajaxian.com/archives/back-button ... -and-speed

about the AJAX mod with phpBB 3.0

I wish to see ajax in :
attachment file .
when I click submit to post new topic or post :D .
edit post inline .
upload avatar .

that all the idea's comeing to my mind in this time :mrgreen:
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Re: ajax?

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I'm don't understand why phpBB must have AJAX...

Maybe to edit posts and polls, more nothing...
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