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PHP-Fusion Coding StandardsPrint

PHP-Fusion Coding StandardsWe started on a PHP-Fusion Coding Standards section to avoid some confusion now when we are getting close to a stable release of PHP-Fusion 9.

The Standards will eventually be deeply interconnected to our Functions and examples once we have documented Fusion Dynamics, Defender, Geomap etc.
The Standards reflects some old Standards that most people used to follow but never really had documented.
Some of these Standards were mixed with our Infusion Standards and some is simply how Nick always did.
Beyond all that, these Standards is a large mix of how Drupal, WP, Codeigniter & Pear have their Standards.
We selected the ones that reminds us most of how we have done in the past from the mentioned sources.

This is naturally a work in progress, not all files have been updated to reflect these Standards yet.
Most of these Standards will be finalized when everything is documented.

Visit PHP-Fusion Coding Standards for more information.

Shoutout to All PHP-Fusion 9 Devs and TestersPrint

PHP-FusionOur developer teams broke 2,000 commits code as of 12 hours ago ever since it landed on Github about approximately 6 months ago when we launched the V9 Beta 1. In average, 11 commits per day.

In total of these commits to date, 833,046 lines of code has been added, and 581,391 lines of codes have been deleted. That sums about 1,084,701 lines of codes reviewed since version 7.

Documentation OptimisationsPrint

PHP-FusionDocumentation optimisations have been required in order to reduce our information sources to a less divided state as compared to before this update.

Our new Documentation system will cover our needs.

Here is a list of the site changes with a short explanation attached to it,

The features list is quite hard to maintain, If we try to maintain it as it is designed today it will bloat.
Not many computer screens is wide enough for that in it?s current shape and form.
Features compare have been removed and replaced by a simple Features List


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