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Documentation for API?

Robert9

Active member
#3
Is this a political decision or just a question of time? I dont really understand why there is less interest to make a million people more to code for XF.

I really would like to learn to code in XF, but it seems much more harder than using a vb.

Please tell me: To find the right programer for doing all my addons here in germany i should look for someone working with the ZEND-Framework? Maybe such one will understand the code of XF in a minute?

It is helpful to install a local XEND-Server and use the docu from it to understand XF working?
 

Aayush

Well-known member
#4
Is this a political decision or just a question of time? I dont really understand why there is less interest to make a million people more to code for XF.

I really would like to learn to code in XF, but it seems much more harder than using a vb.

Please tell me: To find the right programer for doing all my addons here in germany i should look for someone working with the ZEND-Framework? Maybe such one will understand the code of XF in a minute?

It is helpful to install a local XEND-Server and use the docu from it to understand XF working?
It isn't that tough to code in Xenforo(though I faced a lot of issues when I first started :( ) The lack of any documentation is a problem for new people to dive right in.
I think once you get an IDE and start reading more classes in XF, you'll certainly get a hang of it.

Personally vb seems hard to me than XF :p
 

HWS

Well-known member
#5
There is an example add-on and a lot of documentation in the developer area here in the forum.

Also, if you look for a developer, there are a lot of reliable guys here doing such work for money. ;)
 

Daniel Hood

Well-known member
#6
Is this a political decision or just a question of time? I dont really understand why there is less interest to make a million people more to code for XF.
I'm not really sure their reasoning but I would think it comes down to time. Kier and Mike also do a great job of commenting the code, every single function throughout states it's purpose. xF's documentation really seems to just be done within the files.