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Old 08 Nov 2012, 21:36
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Question Which framework vb 5 uses?

Hi, which framework does Vbulletin 5.x uses?
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Old 08 Nov 2012, 22:16
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PHP 5.3.0
MySQL 5.1.5
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You must upload the included .htaccess or web.config files.
GD or ImageMagick need to be installed and functional within PHP
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Old 08 Nov 2012, 22:45
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No, I mean Framework like Zend, Codeigniter, Yii etc. Xenforo uses Zend Framework, which framework does VB5 uses?

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Old 09 Nov 2012, 17:58
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Pretty sure it uses some MVC.

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Old 09 Nov 2012, 18:02
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It uses no framework.
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Old 10 Nov 2012, 00:45
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Well, the vbulletin staff/devs can't work on vbulletin as a stand alone script if it does not use a particular framework or use a system the developers are familiar with. They all wouldn't be able to collaborate together on the same software without the use of a specific framework. Though i am not sure which framework they use, I'd like to know which framework vb 5 uses.

I am surprised no vbulletin staff has answered such a simple question

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Old 10 Nov 2012, 08:58
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vBulletin 5 uses a custom in-house framework that the developers have built themselves. It does not use any existing framework such as Zend or Kohana.
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Old 10 Nov 2012, 16:10
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Originally Posted by katie hunter View Post
Well, the vbulletin staff/devs can't work on vbulletin as a stand alone script if it does not use a particular framework or use a system the developers are familiar with. They all wouldn't be able to collaborate together on the same software without the use of a specific framework. Though i am not sure which framework they use, I'd like to know which framework vb 5 uses.

I am surprised no vbulletin staff has answered such a simple question
This is vBulletin.org- a site for modification of the default product. VB5 isn't even out of Beta. Questions about the official product are better asked on vbulletin.com.
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Old 10 Nov 2012, 16:42
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Originally Posted by Dismounted View Post
vBulletin 5 uses a custom in-house framework that the developers have built themselves. It does not use any existing framework such as Zend or Kohana.
Thanks Dismounted, I thought so too. A custom framework.
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