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Old 01 Feb 2007, 22:50
Dankness Dankness is offline
 
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Is there any interst in a VB->Joomla intragration?

Hello, i am currently developing a hack to joomla, that will allow VB users ( from the VB database ) to be logged into Joomla, i am curious how much interst this community has in a modification like this? I have already developed a working version that i am currently Alpha testing, when im finished with my private alpha test i will be looking for aprox. 5 currently open VB forums to beta test this software on. I am hoping to enter Beta phase by the end of the month. But for the most part i am just curious about the communitys interst in this and what options or special features you guys would like to see in it.
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Old 09 Feb 2007, 05:12
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This sounds great. Post some screenshots, and live demos when you get a chance.
Only if it is a free modification of course.

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Old 09 Feb 2007, 15:07
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Yeah..i am way too interested in it. I am using vBridge right now...
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Old 10 Feb 2007, 07:28
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I thought there was already such a thing, check out the joomla forums...
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Old 10 Feb 2007, 20:29
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I am looking for it too.

I found such limited support for an existing bridge on the Joomla forums to the point where I've shut down the Joomla part of of my site and will revisit it later.

If there was something as simple out there as the SMF-Joomla bridge (which took me 10 minutes to completely install and have running!) for vBulletin, I would be all over it in a heartbeat so I could use virtuemart.

heh.
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Old 17 Feb 2007, 15:08
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I'm interested too.
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Old 17 Feb 2007, 22:19
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I'd be interested for sure.
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Old 18 Feb 2007, 00:56
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I've been using BBPixel for my highly modded Joomla!+vB site and have no issues with it. What, exactly, would make your hack different/better?
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Old 18 Feb 2007, 09:12
Lionel Lionel is offline
 
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bbpixel's mod is the perfect integration. One product, overwrite some joomla files and both vb and joomla share same login, same sessions. It only cost 20.00
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Old 18 Feb 2007, 14:52
GabyZ GabyZ is offline
 
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It's a good hack but i and other owners asked them to put the user avatar on login module into joomla end they said that at the end of month they will release a new version and include the avatar intologin module... they said this on december but we're still waiting for it..

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Old 19 Feb 2007, 20:29
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Originally Posted by Dankness View Post
Is there any interst in a VB->Joomla intragration?
I'd be very interested in a joom/vb bridge, the outdated one I've been trying to get working keeps erroring and it's not very smooht. I recently switched from joom/SMF bridge to vbulletin, and while I'm liking vbulleting alot I'm missing my seamless integration.
if your still working on a bridge or know of a more updated one please let me know.
tyia
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Old 21 Feb 2007, 01:25
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I'd be very interested in a joom/vb bridge, the outdated one I've been trying to get working keeps erroring and it's not very smooht. I recently switched from joom/SMF bridge to vbulletin, and while I'm liking vbulleting alot I'm missing my seamless integration.
if your still working on a bridge or know of a more updated one please let me know.
tyia
I too am very intersted as paying $20 for BBpixels is not going to happen and not sure about their support either. Would love a vB coder who understands it to do such a thing!
Would love Joomla 1.0.12 to vB 3.6.x bridge
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Old 23 Feb 2007, 04:59
Finger78 Finger78 is offline
 
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I would very much like to see this come out. BBpixel has many mixed emotions attached to it as it modifies files which hinder updates and has a lot of people getting errors.

And the elearning force one costs $60 and lacks a lot of features that the bbpixel does.

I'd settle for pretty much any decent bridge for the latest Joomla and vB versions so I can have them register on the Joomla homepage and it auto creates their vB account also so its 1 time registration and 1 login.

If ANYONE knows of one that works please let me know, the cheaper the better lol. Funds are a little low after hosting and vB license lol.
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Old 27 Feb 2007, 19:19
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I am searching for such a thing now, so yes! I am interested.

I searched for vbulletin joomla
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Old 01 Mar 2007, 15:54
RedGTiVR6 RedGTiVR6 is offline
 
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joomla -> community builder -> vBulletin

And we would be super happy.

How can stuff that's so commonly used not be supported yet?

lol
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