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(before I begin, does this go here? idk...) Mysidia DeluxeMysidia Deluxe is an open-source custom version of the Mysidia Adoptables script, based off of v1.3.4 and maintained by the community. It is available on GitHub.The "Why"Mysidia is a fantastic framework, but it's pretty old and outdated. Mysidia v.4.0 has been hinted at for years but at the moment it's a general consensus that it's never coming at this point, and the script desperately needs an update. The goal here is to modernize it and add more built-in features so more people will be inclined to use it, as well as keep it maintained.In-Progress Features Bugfixes (like the "rn" issue, and reading other user's PMs) Reskinned ACP for a more modern look 4 brand new themes More HTML (no formbuilders or tablebuilders, html will be used instead) More comments in the code, so it's easier to understand what's going on. PHP 7 support (PHP 7.2 not supported yet, it just came out last year so it's pretty low priority) Compressed code. At the moment some of the pages are unnecessarily split into several files, so that's getting cleaned up. Planned Features DisclaimerThis custom version is not yet ready to build a site on. Once it is ready, a downloadable version will be available in the releases section. It is never recommended to use code in the master or subsequent branches, as there can be unsuspected bugs and issues. Releases are the most stable.
Hi, Just a question that ive been wondering recently as im teaching myself Front End Web Design. For pet sites / web and text based online rpgs, it seems they are predominantly coded in PHP. Do you code it solely in PHP (ignoring the DB element) or do you incorporate frameworks? Edit : Found a few of you use/d Laravel; so, do you find following a framework either or does it have its own set of problems? Thank you!