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Product Development Skeleton
by Replicant
09 Jul 2016 09:32

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This is a "My Threads" module. Using the SiteBuilder, it is dragged down on the page just like any other module. It simply displays a list of links to all the threads the logged in user has started. There is no date options or other criteria to limit it, so it can be quite long if it's an active user. It's actually meant to be a vb5 development learning tool. It's more or less a skeleton of what makes up a vb5 extension. You can examine the xml file to see what's involved on the product side. I included a very simple php function to show how to access the database and poll info hence the "My Threads" functionality.

I hope this will be of some use for anyone who is struggling to learn how to build an extension for vb5. Maybe I'll build a tutorial to go along with it if there is enough interest.:up:

Replicant 09 Jul 2016 09:36


rfedora 13 Jul 2016 19:06

Nice. Just install our first vbulletin implementation (v5.2.2) and this will certainly give us a good leg up on learning mod development.

megabink 14 Jul 2016 21:03

This is a very interesting concept and i am looking forward to your tutorial.
Thanks for your input buddy.

JohnPBee 08 Jul 2017 13:39

Would it be possible to use this to replicate the Articles module(or page) and use it for frontpage news?

delicjous 17 Jul 2017 12:53

This display only the posts from the current User. You better use a search widget to display something at front/index as an information widget. --> like Latest Topics

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