Welcome to the phpBB Extension Database!
Extensions are downloadable packages which can be installed very easily on a phpBB board to add new features and functionality. The most extensions are developed and maintained by the community. All extensions are contained in the database listed sorted alphabetically. Our crawler automatically searches for phpBB extensions on Github and provides information about the extensions here.
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After several months of preparations and many hours of travelling, most of our team members have arrived in Budapest for our annual team hackathon. Our meeting space was provided by L’Office Budapest. Their great team made sure we got to work in a nice environment in a lovely location. Thanks a lot for your hospitality! […]
Advertisement management is easily one of the most requested add-on features for phpBB. In phpBB 3.0, EXreaction’s Ad Management MOD was the 9th most downloaded MOD with over 66,000 downloads. For phpBB 3.1/3.2, community members ranked Ad Management as their 2nd most desired extension. The Extension Development Team at phpBB is happy to announce that we will be […]
In the last article I looked at setting up a simple development environment on Windows using WAMP. If you would like to review that, please visit https://blog.phpbb.com/2017/02/28/how-to-set-up-a-development-environment-on-windows/ The longer you spend developing software, the more seriously you start to take setting up the perfect development environment. And the more seriously you start to take following […]
What you’ll need: WAMP QuickInstall phpBB 3.2 As software developers the most important aspect of the development process is setting up a local development environment. The vast majority of web servers run on Linux systems, but most consumer operating systems use Windows. This doesn’t preclude Windows users from developing PHP applications though. There are a […]
By now you may have heard about “Cloudbleed”, the recently discovered vulnerability affecting users of Cloudflare’s SSL proxy service. In short, websites that utilized the service were affected by a serious issue that resulted in sensitive data (including passwords, API keys, private information, etc.) being leaked. Some of this data was inadvertently cached by search […]