Hi there !
First of all, congratulations for your project, it seems really promising
I read that you wanted a lightweight post editor, pure JS without jQuery. I'd be glad to help you doing this (according to my free time, which is not often these times). Here is a small JS library we could improve and use : few code, simple, easily extendible.
Edit : I noticed that several .php and .tpl files were present in the /style/FeatherBB, is it intended or have you already planned to remove them ? I see them included nowhere else in the code. Also, what would you think of including a CSS/JS compacter and minifier when developing, so that in "production mode" all assets are merged into one small file as FeatherBB aims to optimize performances ?
Sorry for my english, on vient du même pays
Last edited by beaver (2015-07-12 01:30:35)
Hey dude, the post editor that you suggested might be too outdated or doesn't fit with Featherbb even though it's lightweight. I can't really make any decision on whether to use it, that was just my personal opinion. Still thanks for the suggestion
Oh I didn't mean to use this library as-is, indeed a 2008 code clearly needs be upgraded and extended for FeatherBB use But what makes you say it doesn't fit with FeatherBB ? Was this juste because of its age ?
Hi. My opinion is that the default forum editor should be a minimalist one. The one from the actual FluxBB, a textarea and a few link for most common BBcode option is enough. There are endless options & features that can be added to an editor, but very few forums will need or use them all. A minimalist editor, plus a code that allow to easily make mods to upgrade it or replace the editor and it would be ok. Don't lost your time on an new editor when there will be many coming as mods... if featherBB succeed
That's why I think this library is a better base for a default minimalist toolbar, compared to other libraries linked in another message which are much more heavy (even if once again, I plan to upgrade and complete it a bit). Anyway I'll wait for adaur's reply, thank you for your answers
I really like your editor! I'll take a closer look asap. The tpl files should be deleted, and yes, your compacter and minifier is a great idea
@Oukiva: which editor do you have in mind? FluxBB doesn't have a built-in editor.
I have reviewed a lot of scripts and two caught my attention:
Both are very simple and ultra light. Let me know what you think!
Hi all !
The second one seems to be more "rich" (colors, "quote", ...) than the first one. But both seem interesting.
With FluxBB, I use the "FluxBB toolbar", so an equivalent to it would be the best choice for me ...
But it's up to you to decide, as you'll integrate it (I don't know which would be the easier to integrate)
Indeed the second one seems richer ! If you're not in a hurry, let me a few days to upgrade a bit/integrate it and I'll make a pull request to your repo before the end of the week. Idem for the assets minifier. BTW, a Less/SASS and CoffeeScript support could be another nice feature. I'll see that later if I find the time and motivation
The second one seems to be more "rich" (colors, "quote", ...) than the first one.
IMHO the second one is already too rich. Many forum (the serious ones ? ) do not want options like Color, Size, Font and even Images and graphic Smileys ...
The first one would be enough I think: B I U S url list quote code
Look at others forum softwares. Most of popular one have a very basic editor (or even just the raw textarea form) but have a collection of editor plugins targeting different types of forum & public.
For the core editor : the simpler, the better. Don't forget: Lighter than a feather !
@sklerder: I like the FluxToolbar as well, we could use it here since it's light too.
@beaver: sure! Feel free to play with the code. I have a LESS version of the theme, would you be interested?
@Oukiva: I agree that we should keep the core light. However, color and smilies are part of FluxBB's original parser, I'd like to keep these features. Fonts can go, but I'm not against a single tag to make the text bigger or smaller.
Hi adaur, all.
I'm not absolutely for FluxToolbar, but it's simple (rather light, dont know how much vs the two you propsed). Every toolbar providing the same "tools" that FluxToolBar (and lighter than FluxToolbar) would be welcome
A base BBcode editor has been integrated in Quick and normal posts views, but I'm not sure you can see it on the repo as I messed up a bit with my git client It's the first time I fork a public repo actually, I'll see that more in details soon For the moment only default tags proposed are working, more will come later : small and large, colors... There's also a useless pull request you can delete.
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