Feature Request: Forum module

John Poelman and Jeroen Desloovere, two main contributors of Fork CMS, want to start with the development of a forum module. The extension would work together with the profiles module, this will make it more easy to create a community around your website.

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Developing for Fork CMS 3.5

  • Written by Dieter Wyns on Tuesday 19 March 2013
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Like you could read in a previous article on our blog the 3.5 release of Fork CMS has the first components of Symfony: HTTPKernel, HTTPFoundation and Dependency Injection. Switching to Symfony brings a lot of new functionality but also means that some things have changed for developing a module.

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Help find missing people

We recently discovered notfound.org, a noble initiative to turn website's 404-pages to good use. Their goal is to have websites implement an iframe on their 404-pages, an iframe in which, in collaboration with i.a. Child Focus, pictures of missing people/children along with their description are displayed.

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New minimum requirements

  • Written by Tijs Verkoyen on Thursday 20 December 2012
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As we announced in a previous article we are moving to Symfony. Therefore Symfony will be a dependency and we have to reflect their minimum requirements as of the 3.5-release.

Not that much has changed, most importantly the PHP version, which has to be at least 5.3.3. The other extra requirements are the JSON-extension and PCRE-extension. This was already the case, even though it was not being checked if they were available.

The full list of minimum requirements:

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