|There is nothing specials about this plugin. It's just a simple and quick way to see all the classes you can use when you are an e107 plugin developer.
It was born after i was scanning the wiki for more information about which classes to use when trying to fit your plugin into your existing theme. I saw all those example codes without being able to see what they did, and thought... well let's make a plugin for it
Feel free to reprogram it to suit your needs, and if anyone feels the need to implement something so you can choose from which theme you want to see the classes, please donate the code back to us also
Open Source Rulez
|13 Aug 2009 : 02:07AM
|e107 v1 or higher