@noob111 the main benefit of React is not really performance. The benefit of React and other frameworks is that it separates your UI into individual composable components and allowed you to easily define them in a declarative fashion. Those features of that kind of framework allow for much easier development.
I have my own Wordpress site and planning to add community forum as a subdomain using nodebb.How can enable SSO in which the user logged in my site can be signed in forum. I know there is lots of answers for this question but nothing is clear to me. Please let me know the steps I am doing is correct
Install wp-oauth plug-in on my Wordpress site
Install nodebb-sso-oauth plugin on my node bb
Is that enough should have to install session sharing plug-in?. Pls correct me if I am wrong
I'm trying to use the recently introduced WriteAPI to create topics and concurrently upload a file.
I'm doing it via Python and I've already succeeded in create a simple topic without a file using something lilke
Once you raised your questions, @Paul-Chambers, my seems to fit even better as I believed.
I am facing the following problem. Since our forum is sport related there tends to be lot of communication during game time (aka: Ooh what a monster block). We would like to move those shouts into a chat. Other as shoutbox or global chat everybody should be able to sign in or out to that chat by his own.
So my question seems to come down to:
is there the possibility to sign into (and out of) a chat room
I am not absolutely sure, but I believe I saw the possibility to create a chatroom using the API in one of the above mentioned plugins.
@julian It took a few days to have the admin add it, but here's the robust error:
Error: Please enter a longer title. Titles should contain at least 3 character(s).
at check (/home/ubuntu/nodebb/src/topics/create.js:253:10)
at Object.Topics.checkTitle (/home/ubuntu/nodebb/src/topics/create.js:239:3)
at Topics.post (/home/ubuntu/nodebb/src/topics/create.js:71:10)
at Callbackified (util.js:210:5)
at Object.wrapperCallback [as post] (/home/ubuntu/nodebb/src/promisify.js:46:23)
at wrapper (/home/ubuntu/nodebb/node_modules/async/dist/async.js:268:20)
at iterateeCallback (/home/ubuntu/nodebb/node_modules/async/dist/async.js:421:28)
at /home/ubuntu/nodebb/node_modules/async/dist/async.js:321:20 undefined
WhatsApp worked this way even before they implemented E2EE.
Yes, there's no technical barrier to allowing this. It comes down to a choice. We choose for chats to act like WhatsApp, SMS, IRC, etc because the chats are meant more for real-time communication. The forum exists for persistent communication.
Unlike Discord and Slack, the text chat is not supposed to be the primary form of textual communication.