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PHPBuilder.com:
PHP Forum Software Comparison
October 04, 2012 @ 12:48:08

PHPBuilder.com has posted a comparison of three PHP forums (the software to run them) - vBulletin, phpBB and Kunena.

In the past few years, there has been a great increase in the number of websites with user-generated content (UGC). One of the most common Web applications with UGC is a Web forum -- a place where people can share their impressions and opinions on different topics. As forum software is becoming more and more popular, I will compare the three best forum software products written in PHP: vBulletin, phpBB and Kunena.

They go through each of them and talk about what features they offer and some of the pros and cons of each. At the end of the post there's a table laying out each of these in a bit more easy to reference form.

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Zend Developer Zone:
30 Minutes with Chris Hartjes
February 16, 2007 @ 19:51:17

Over on the Zend Developer Zone today, there's a newly posted interview with Chris Hartjes a developer and speaker in the PHP community.

I first met Chris Hartjes at php|works in Toronto where he was giving his What Can PHP Learn From Ruby on Rails talk. As I described him in one of my blogs from php|works, he looks like a biker with a laptop. He's large but he's always got a smile on his face and is always available to help if you've got PHP questions. Chris was kind enough to sit down with me and spend some time talking about PHP and his work at VerticalScope . Here's how our conversation went.

They talk about how Chris got into programming (including his first computer), his work with vBulletin, a little MySQL discussion, and some thoughts on PHP6.

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Chris Hartjes' Blog:
Tutorial How to create a thread in vBulletin with a script
October 10, 2006 @ 08:57:00

Chris Hartjes shares a quick, simple script that can be handy for those working with vBulletin:

My day-job requires me to create code that will talk to vBulletin web sites we run. My latest task involves taking data that we get from PA Sportsticker and create posts in one of our forums. Lucky for me, somebody smarter than me figured out how to do this. It's very simple, and I've taken their work and modified it for our needs.

The code itself is only about 30 lines long, and it relies on the vBulletin libraries, but it makes it very simple to take in information (from a POSTed form) and insert it into a new topic on the message board.

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