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HackSuite CMS Documentation
Development for Predator

Developer's guide to predator

Since 0.5 some things have changed, if you are familiar with developing 0.5 features then this guide is for you.
There's actually not that much that you need to know, except for the module development nothing has really changed.

In 0.6 the GUI is created by an array named $_CONTEXT['mfs']
I decided to rewrite forms like this because in a later version I want to expand the hacksuite cms with an application that can create webforms with a wysiwyg like editor. This will eliminate the problem where new users get confused on developing their GUI.
For now you need to do this manually, but even though it looks like a time consuming process it really isn't, after all you can just copy an existing data array and make changes to it.
I feel even safe to say that this makes the process faster and, if you do it correctly, you're less likely to make a mistake in the html itself because the form will be dynamically created.

Let's have a look at an example code that will be sufficient when you want to write GUI forms, the comment is very straightforward.

As you can see this is a piece of cake, for now you can use any index.php of the HackSuite modules and modify it's content in order to create module forms.

Q: Does this work on Apps too?
A: Why would you want to use it on Apps? Apps are specifically designed to use different structures than the HackSuite does, making it easy to add your own applications to the HackSuite. ModForm works for designs and structures that use the HackSuite as backend. But to answer your questions, yes of course you can, but it's like eating a meal from the floor..it's just wrong, very wrong.
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