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Postby yekibud » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:12 pm

Thank you for all your work on the project so far, Geraint. I'm sure the support aspect of your club membership will be very valuable to many JEvents users.

If I am able to make my Registration/Payment implementation plugable, do you mind if I offer it back to the community?
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Postby bodyflesh » Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:07 am

Hi, thanks for posting. By the way, can anybody help me understand the registration details... Thanks a lot

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Postby yekibud » Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:55 pm

Hi, bodyflesh.

I have implemented registration by adding a "Registration" tab to the administrator icalevent/edit view and embedding a registration form within the event description.

It's an ugly hack, though, and I don't know whether I'll have the time (or interest) to make it plugable. (Frankly, too interested in Python/web2py development right now to spend time on elegant PHP/Joomla.)

Oh, and I guess Geraint has already implemented this in his own way.
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Postby danpsmith » Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:23 pm

I wouldnt mind testing some stuff out for you guys..just let me know and I have plenty of time to test and give you some feedback. thanks
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Postby yekibud » Mon Oct 12, 2009 4:23 pm

Hi, danpsmith.

Thanks for the offer. I think Geraint is already offering some of his registration stuff through his membership program. I still need to re-factor my code and port to the latest JEvents version before it's ready for testing. And, at the moment, it's not at the top of my priority list. I'll post back when it is, though.
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Postby housefull » Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:00 pm

I would be really interested in trying a registration module for Jevents... don't require payment option though.. I really just need a simple email form - I've been experimenting with CKForms which do exactly what I want from that front... all I really need to add is a bit of code to pass the event details along with the other info from the form... but my php is sketchy at best so don't know if you can help (or if this is a CK forms question??)


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Postby yekibud » Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:14 pm

I've been lagging on my module so it wont be available for probably another month or two. In the meantime, you can try Geraint's registration feature through his club membership.

But if you're already using a form plugin and you don't need payment, why don't you just embed the form into the event content? That's what I initially did with ChronoForms. That's a bad design - form code in the DB - but you probably don't care about that.
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Postby w2kd » Tue Jul 13, 2010 10:47 am

So is what I'm hearing that you have developed some type of addon/ modification that will enable a registration form to be prepopulated with the event information and emailed.
Can you give me details/url of where I can get hold of it.
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Postby yekibud » Tue Jul 13, 2010 3:48 pm

Hi, w2kd.

I've created a JEvents extension that consists of a component and two plugins and integrates JEvents, usermeta and Google Checkout. I've refactored most of the code into the plugin architecture, but I still need to switch from the Google HTML API to the XML API before I release it (security issues). It has taken me a lot longer than I anticipated because it has been a low priority, but I hope to publish it soon. I guess I'll put it up on the Joomla GForge site when it's done and link from this post.

I noticed you are a "silver member", though, so can't you use Geraint's registration feature, in the meantime?
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