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You are going to get a tickiet for using php propably...
I really like this idea 📍
@heartbleed you're in security, let me ask you does it grind your gears the shit your see everyday.. And.. Why are you in security
Yes, these are recruitment type questions, sorry I just want to feel your motivation
@Jakuho you listed php, good. Also you're from Paris, France, im French Canadian, with ancestors from France. I like you already. Do you know laravel, how many years in php
There's definitely a lot of tickets that could be created/issued for security issues.
Kind of like, someone getting stopped for not wearing a seatbelt.
This could end up being kind of big.
@Jakuho that's good enough.
But I did write "app" even though I was kind of thinking website.... now I"m not sure.
What do you guys think? If it's App, I'm going to use Kotlin, if just website, then php/laravel
I have never coded in Kotlin. But I'm sure I can pick it up, however there will be a delay due to the learning curve. Still, it would enable me to create app in the future.
I'm the kind of person that just has an over abundance of ideas. It's actually kind of sick how many good ideas I have, and no means to get them all done, This was literally just off the cuff, I wrote it while half asleep one night.
Anyway. Again, there will be monetization, I'm not going to get into it now, that's private.
I'm going to push this to the next step soon.
Koroshi1722yI need this but i'm sure i'm going to get some ticket
African19832yI'm in but I may get tickets on laravel controller
Would be cool. Have you got your dev squad yet?
I'm french canadian too [mtl]!
With a bit more than a year in full stack lamp dev. No laravel or kotlin tho but i'm a good learner (aren't we all?)
I'm willing to contribute outside of my full time job to the project. Keep us updated!
Interested in this and have Kotlin experience! Hit me up with a github/discord link if there is one!
taigrr9972yDid this collab die? It sounded fun... :(
Sure, it's 71 days later ... but fuck it...
All I did was intialize a laravel project, and the git hub and pushed it.
Still, it's a start.
Next is a feature map / feature list brainstorming session
Gonna be a user, and an admin but might be other levels too, moderator perhaps? and if we get elaborate, policeperson, judge, jury, peers
wayyy too far there
enforcer? person who enforces the ticket ? (really just nag messages the person who got the ticket to buy etc a beer)
gonna need payment system... because obviously people will buy "beers" using our gateway, and people will pay the ticket infraction (to the accuser maybe) and we tkae a cut of that as well
Just really, like touching the surface on monetization there
I can commit a few hours over the next few days to this.
WHO ELSE IS IN?
All money will be divided by contribution.
But mostly this is about fun, too.
@Jakuho how does one create this in php and put it "in an android container"
never done that before, i'm assuming there's some way to do it, just curious if you know off the top of your head so I can familiarize myself a little
My rule for controllers is, I use it as a TDD environment then fill in the rest when implementing.
So I can have whatever code I want there, and fill it up with methods/classes.
If lots of methods and responsibilities, then outside classes
if a few, I keep it in the controller in a method
really there's no hard and fast rules with controllers except, don't make them massive
make them something you can glance at real quick 3 months from now and understand each line of code and what its doing
In the end, if the responsibility of the controller is small and well defined makes it easier to take care of itself.
I'd rather have 10 controllers with 2 methods each, in well defined single responsibilities, then 2 massive ones with 10 methods each. No thanks.
saadzaman12yPhp/Laravel is best for a rest service to support the application. as it gets to production quickly and its easy to manage. So for backend the stack is best..
For frontend mobile app, i would suggest ReactNative or Ionic.
How much of the feature set is complete ? I had a similar idea , which involved a wider community, like how about instead of just using the application to complain or complement.. Why not encourage people to put their code ( classes or few lines of some unit of work ) and let the community suggest !!
incorporating your idea in it, The community can punish and reward the person
taigrr9972yI also like quasar. If you haven't seen it, check it out.
Can anyone suggest a good theme that's easy to work with, maybe something close to DevRant?
Or at least, where to look for one?
My first few steps in a project is a very rough blueprint, and a wireframe of the website.
From there I let inspiration and competition research guide me. Though, there's not really competition here, but maybe inspiration.
Can anyone suggest something similar to model off of, or to help with brainstorming?
Also... I'm not big on Discord, I find it's overly complex (cuz i never used it much) but that's the point, I don't use it much.
I like Trello and skype. Call me crazy, or old fashioned.
I'm going to go ahead and start with these few things... god knows when. Hopefully soon.
The hardest part is getting started, and sticking around when the sexiness wears off.
how about resources for "code smells" or similar, anyone know any offhand
tesh1052yI would have collaborated but you are using PHP. you deserve a ticket for this