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* [[Setting up your workstation for extension development]] A guide to Joomla Extension development
 
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* [[Extension development using eclipse and phing]] This article explains one way in which you can set up your workstation for writing Joomla! extensions. It assumes that you are using Eclipse and that you are familiar with using Eclipse for working with Joomla! and Subversion. For more information about the basics of getting started with Eclipse for Joomla! development.
 
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<translate> As a developer you are tasked with altering or extending the functionality of Joomla! or one of its extensions. You will be proficient in a range of programming languages, including PHP, but may be less familiar with such things as JavaScript or CSS. If you are new to Joomla! you will need information about the Joomla! Framework API and how to use it and will probably make extensive use of best practice example code.</translate>


A complete contents list of all pages of interest to developers can be found in the development category.

Reference Material

Articles and Tutorials

General

Migration

Components

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For more information, see Component Development.

Modules

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<translate> This page contains many links to selected documentation concerning Module Development for Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.x. A good place to start is with the Recommending Reading articles below as they provide a good introductory base of knowledge to build on.</translate>

<translate> What is a Module?</translate>

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Modules are lightweight and flexible extensions used for page rendering. These modules are often “boxes” arranged around a component on a typical page. A well-known example is the login module. Modules are assigned per menu item, so you can decide to show or hide (for example) the login module depending on which page (menu item) the user is currently on.

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For more information, see Module Development.

Plugins

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For more information, see Plugin Development.

Templates

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For more information, see Template Development.

Parameters

See also: Category:Parameters

Core extensions summary

Security

Database

Localisation

Access Control

Miscellaneous

Contributing to Joomla Development

The development of Joomla itself is carried out by the Development Working Group and third party developers.

Contributing to Joomla Developer Documentation

The development of Joomla developer documentation is carried out primarily by the Documentation Working Group. There are currently two sub-projects of interest to developers:

When creating a new page, ensure you place the following marker at the bottom of the page so it is included in the category list:

[[Category:Development]]

If you locate other articles you think are relevant to developers, please add this marker to those pages.

Suggested topics

This is a short list of articles that might be written to support developers. Please feel free to add further topic ideas.

Joomla Security Guide

Developers should also be aware of security issues. Template:Security Guide