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  1. Hall of Famer
    12-22-2012 07:39 AM
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    I understand, good luck to you dude, you've been a great help for the project during Mys v1.3.x's development. I will see what happens by the time I release Mys v1.3.3 though, you have about then to make a decision.
  2. Hall of Famer
    12-15-2012 02:56 PM
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    Hello there, how have you been?
  3. Hall of Famer
    12-02-2012 08:28 AM
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    Hi there Fadillzzz, how are you doing lately?
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    09-20-2012 06:54 AM
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    umm Python. I personally aint sure whether Python or PHP is easier, they both are quite suitable for beginners. I am definitely not the authority to say this since I started off with C++ syntax, which makes subsequent learning in PHP and Java more comfortable. I heard Python is going for fully object oriented transition now, so perhaps its good to look into it?

    Well it was indeed a pain to get the user id if given a username, wasnt it? I believe in Mys v1.3.1 I've defined two functions in functions_users.php to convert uid to/from username. In Mys v1.3.2 a Member type object is created for each registered user, so retrieving uid should be a lot easier(although possibly more overhead XD).
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    09-18-2012 10:40 PM
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    I see, so that's why you are more comfortable with PHP and Javascript, both are very flexible programming languages that do not enforce so many built-in rules on programmers. Instead, you can specify your own set of conventions for your own need. PHP is also quite easy for amateurs to get started, Ruby on the other hand may be too difficult for beginners. There's indeed a reason why certain programming languages are more popular than others.

    Oh yeah, shes indeed been struggling with that. Right now we do have a problem with Mod/plugin system though. Whenever a new release is available, there's a chance that old plugins become incompatible with it. Another incentive to turn it into object-oriented reusable script Id say. XD

    You have a good point. I actually believe CJAX will enable you to write much less code and organize stuff in a neater way. I will play around with it and see what I can get before going any further.
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    09-18-2012 09:53 PM
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    umm this... You are already thinking way up ahead arent you? I am not sure how PHP's development will go, they are indeed adding some really nice features though. The biggest problem with PHP is that it is still at its heart a procedural language with object supports. In fact I am more of a fan of class-based programming languages though, I have considered Java servlet and Ruby at times. NodeJS is the server-side javascript language, isnt it? I was wondering how javascript 2.0 comes along, it was said to have additions like classes and interfaces.

    Ah thats so generous of you, must have seen the thread she made? About AJAX, well, I found a new php ajax framework that can be used as third party script similar to ckeditor we already have. It's called CJAX, used by Codeignitor and CakePHP. Unlike xAjax which is pretty much dead, CJAX is actually under active development.
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    09-18-2012 09:08 PM
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    I see, sounds really cool. Must be nice to be able to use multiple programming languages together. I did learn Javascript in summer, and now I've learned quite a bit of Java, but I aint good at using more than one programming languages together. Learning Java does help with OOP though.

    Thats really good to know, I bet she sent you PMs asking for supports? I am guessing she cant figure out how to sort adoptables with Mys v1.3.x?
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    09-18-2012 12:14 PM
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    I see, its perfectly fine. I had an internship back in summer and now I am in graduate school, so it's not like I am quite free either. Good luck with your job though, hopefully it works out. I actually thought freelancer jobs are only for those who dont have full-time jobs lol. I understand how busy you are, although it would be nice if you can do some basic stuff here such as answering certain technical questions raised by members.

    Well for this script, the development is indeed taking longer than I envisioned back in May. I realize that it is impossible to completely turn this script into object-oriented without a well-defined system overhaul, but this is not gonna take just a few weeks. For this reason I decide to carry out this transition step by step, otherwise you won't see Mys v1.3.2 and future releases for the rest of the year. XD

    Throughout Mys v1.3.x's development cycle new classes and objects will be added gradually, hopefully in version v1.4.0 can we have a truly object-oriented script. Not sure if v1.4.0 will achieve a complete separation of business and presentation logic though.

    And what is your job about? PHP or other programming languages? Just curious.
  9. Hall of Famer
    09-18-2012 08:17 AM
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    Hi there, how are you doing lately?
  10. Hall of Famer
    06-08-2012 01:30 AM
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    Oh btw Fadillzzz, if you can get on Skype someday it would be nicer. Otherwise using PM is not a bad idea.

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