All of the interaction can be done through the API and sockets, so it's also possible to completely replace the front end.
Thank you, that is what I wanted to hear.
Just out of curiosity, is there a good market for themes? I have plenty of experience making forum themes,
so it might be a good source of income for me.
And again, thanks for the reply!
@julian No. Not really sure what else I can do except to maybe rebuild the whole server. I'm just running the upstart script with ./nodebb start for now. IIRC, the major drawback to that was that it doesn't write the PID to a file and so you can't make an orderly stop to the process, which is not ideal, but it will work for me for now.
@exobucks Best bet is to integrate the js code in your plugin itself, so all admins have to do is enable your plugin and that's that.
In your plugin you can execute your code in a client-side js file, and read the value of a configured ID from the plugin settings (if needed). You can see how this is done by inspecting how the Google Analytics plugin handles it: