@julian well I was looking for a help right now. Already paid for server and domain. And looking for Adsense so that I can earn what I've invested right now. Thanks for contacting though but I am not looking for paid service right now.
SMF ssi.php mechanism?
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First of all, congrats for this fantastic piece of software, it looks awesome. I'm thinking about migrating my "community" infrastructure to "something" more... modern... fancy... ¿?, hard to explain, in summary a generational jump.
So, what I need but I'm not sure if nodebb will be able to provide. I've been using SMF for years and one of the useful things it has is the ssi.php, a simple mechanism which, on "require" (include) provides you with a variable with all the data of the current logged in user. even if forum is something like /forum/ and you develop your application (for example) in /polls/.
The community is centered on that behavior, when you create a poll if stores your forum id, because of the ssi.php. So I left the user management to the forum and develop extra applications around it.
Would it be possible to easily emulate this behavior in nodebb?
Yes, every route has an api route which return json for all information attached.
/apito the begining of any route.
However plugins such as
pollmay not always emulate this behavior for all of their features.
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Yes, thats what I've seen before, but, excuse me if I'm not understanding it well. with nodebb's
/apiyou can easily get data from the forum in the browser (front end), but what I meant is a backend feature, like, when a poll (silly example, I know) is created (post request) store in the database the username, userid, body etc... of the user who is creating it, where the user information was provided directly from the forum and it ensures the authenticity of the session.
ps: sorry for the english level, is also a bit late.