I realize that this list is for discussing code, so I'll make this
My San Francisco based company is looking to hire an in-house Flash
developer and I would appreciate any pointers to lists or url's that
might help me find high quality people.
Anyone on this list who
The highly important and common feature for Forums is the ability to paste
HTML, perform clean and efficient searches, insert images from other
sites/URLs, embed flash animations, right-click to open links posted links
in new tabs/windows, paste code, harcore forum users even cherish their
I'll have to take your word for it, I never use the things. I've decided to
go with an existing forum, p2pbb or vbulletin, customized with a flash
On 6/26/06, Mick G [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
The highly important and common feature for Forums is the ability
I vote vBulletin. It's under active development and gets better all
the time. It's already very very smooth and quite powerful. Worth the
$100 or whatever they ask for it.
phpbb is a great open source effort, but just isn't as nice or
powerful overall overall.
On 6/26/06, Weldon MacDonald
I've never liked forums, mostly because the I find navigating around in most
forums is pretty clunky, give me an email list every time, but, as so often
happens, the universe has decided to get a little revenge. I have a client
who wants a forum. I've just spent the morning researching forum
vBulletin's current version has many AJAXy features which enable
interactions similar to what you describe. It's not free, but it's
not expensive either.
On Jun 24, 2006, at 8:28 AM, Weldon MacDonald wrote:
I've never liked forums, mostly because the I find
I'm on a few vBulletin powered forums and they work very well.
Bulletin boards are far superior to e-mail lists in almost everyway.
I've been on e-mail lists since before there was a web, and, really,
there is no comparison to how much more useful 100,000 threaded
conversations are in a bulletin
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