[RFC|Merged] AJAX

These requests for comments/change have lead to an implemented feature that has been successfully merged into the 3.1/Ascraeus branch. Everything listed in this forum will be available in phpBB 3.1.
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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by Senky » Mon May 28, 2012 4:54 pm

AJAX? What for? Simple log-out confirm box is enough, but it does not need AJAX...

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by Meis2M » Mon May 28, 2012 4:58 pm

you right. jquery is enough. like " book mark & subscribe Topics"

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by Senky » Thu May 31, 2012 6:57 pm

BTW, "marking topics in forum read" here marks them read, but does not remove all those icons signing new posts in topics. I think it is not a big deal to remove them (especially via jQuery selectors) and it would be much better I think. Like real ajax, because I do not see real point in marking them read, but page will remain the same and if I want to see the changes, I need to reload whole page (what is also suggestion in pop-up)...

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by MartinTruckenbrodt » Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:19 pm

Hello,
+1 for the RFC
+1 for inline

I would be nice if a phpBB AJAX documentation for MOD authors would be available then the first beta of Ascraeus is released. So we (MOD athors) will have a chance to use it.

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Post by callumacrae » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:18 pm

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by MartinTruckenbrodt » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:32 pm

Hello Callum,
Sorry, I red the whole discussion and could not find any information. Maybe you should add a related advice to the first post in this topic.

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by naderman » Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:02 pm

Indeed, please link to the relevant documentation from this RFC.

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by Marshalrusty » Tue Jun 19, 2012 5:54 am

Senky wrote:AJAX? What for? Simple log-out confirm box is enough, but it does not need AJAX...
This isn't necessarily the case here (since we require a session ID on the logout link), but AJAX confirmation boxes can add to CSRF protection, while plain JS boxes do not.

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by hanakin » Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:50 am

ok completely love the new features this brings to phpbb, but why was the screen after posting left as is rather than having the post updated via ajax or something after using the quick editor. I would redirect them to the post page why do they need a separate load event to simply ask if they wish to return to the index or the post. If this needs to be a seperate RFC now thats fine I just did not want to make the request if reason was already given not to.

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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

Post by DavidIQ » Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:29 pm

I actually complained about that. The post is actually loaded/updated in the background, behind the modal, in the case of approving a post or topic. Not sure what the point was of still having a box that gives the user options of where to go, which is "ok", but selecting either one, even the "Return to post/topic" one, reloads the entire page? Dumb...
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