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Don't use Legacy classes

Don't use Legacy classes

6 years 3 months ago #514 by El

Even if you choose Joomla 3 component still only Legacy classes will be used. It would be great if native Joomla 3.0 paradigma will be supported in future versions.

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6 years 2 months ago #534 by Andres Maeso

Hi!

This is definitively in our roadmap, but we will have to wait till Joomla itself does it.

Regards,

Andrés.


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5 years 9 months ago #836 by Walt Sorensen

I believe the Joomla 3.5 roadmap discussion includes the final MVC refactoring of the CMS as being on the plan. 

That being said, there is no reason to wait for the core CMS extensions to do MVC refactoring as the Base classes already exist in the CMS for the new MVC. A good tutorial for seeing a component built on the new base classes is the Lendr component tutorial.  lendr.websparkinc.com/

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5 years 6 months ago #976 by Andres Maeso

Hi Walt

We will gradually implement the new classes as they are properly documented by Joomla. Although we are great friends of early adoption we think that our time is better spent focusing in well documented and established Joomla features as fields, content versions...

Thanks for your suggestions!


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