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setting up your workstation in Joomla! development. [[Joomla ]]
|−|* [[Setting up your workstation for joomla development]] A disambiguation article setting up your workstation in several ways (PHP, Joomla! , extension development ; Web server, Editor / IDE, Version Control, Building, . .). |+|
|−|* [[Joomla Beginning Developer Course]] |+|
[[Secure coding guidelines]] [[Development Best Practices]]
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|−|* [[Development Best Practices]] |+|
|−|=== Migration === |+|
|−|* [ [Adapting a Joomla 1. 0 extension to Joomla 1. 5] ] |+|
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|−|* [[Adapting a Joomla 1. 5 extension to Joomla 1. 6]] |+|
|−|* [[ Version 1.6 Developer Notes]] |+|
|−|* [[ Making single installation packages for Joomla! 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7]] |+|
Revision as of 13:25, 29 November 2013
There are several ways of setting up your workstation in for Joomla! development. Some suggestions can be found at Setting up your workstation for Joomla development.
Next, you should familiarise yourself with Joomla! Secure coding guidelines and the short article on Development Best Practices.
Documentation on the Joomla! API can assist with becoming familiar with the foundations of the Joomla! code base.
Finally, Joomla! has many resources for developers. Our Joomla! Resources page get you pointed in the right direction if you need help and solutions.