Cannot answer that but so much has changed both with PHP and phpBB since that time that it would probably be irrelevant today.
Thanks a lot for better phrasing what I am exactly want to say.
One of the things I've learned the hard way.
Does notepad++ fits?
Thanks to you and to david63 as well. I do not know why I never thought about that! I like phpBB forum as a software and I like the staff being very helpful and friendly as well, and I never asked for any help and found nothing, so thanks for lighting this up
What is the RPG because google only resulted a vb forum.Lotts wrote: ↑Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:33 amI'm a beginner in PHP and phpBB and I knew only C # (basic too). Me and my friend we're making a RPG forum and I'm the programmer, so two weeks ago I was learning the PHP syntax and now I'm making extensions. To me two weeks were enough just to learn how phpBB works with extensions and, of course, still there are many things to learn. But I can tell how I improved in just two weeks just making extensions and I'm so glad. So I think the best way to learn is making extensions because you'll apply your knowledge and help the community if you share it.
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Probably Role Playing Game
phpstorm is quite a steep learning curve in itself so I would suggest, at least to start with, something easier. Making mistakes and learning how to correct them is another part of the learning curve and in the long term having a good grounding of the basics will always be to your advantage.
Here in Brazil is very common to play games using forum, always based on animes, series or movies. I'm doing an anime-based forum and I need to create systems that are interactive and look like an RPG game. So I'm doing it through extensions.MGadAllah wrote:What is RPG
Validating user input and the number one rule for that is test for what is expected. e.g. If you expect an integer you don't test for exploits, you test to see if it's an integer.
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