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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
The Developers section is primarily aimed at those people who have a reasonable level of competence with [http://www.php.net PHP] and [http://www.mysql.com/ MySQL], and who want to learn more about the internal workings of the Zen Cart code.
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The Developers section is primarily aimed at those people who have a reasonable level of competence with [http://www.php.net PHP] and [http://www.mysql.com/ MySQL], and who want to learn more about the internal workings of the Zen Cart™ code.
  
  
Hopefully it may also be useful for those people that are wanting to move from simple customizations of their Zen Cart site to doing something a little more adventurous.
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Hopefully it may also be useful for those people that are wanting to move from simple customizations of their Zen Cart™ site to doing something a little more adventurous.
  
  
The Zen Cart team is constantly striving to make the codebase more modular and simpler for 3rd parties to alter and extend. As such core code will at times change quite rapidly. Because of that there is always the possibility that some of the entries made in that section may date rather quickly. If in doubt use the discussion tab, or post on the [http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/index.php Support Forum].
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The Zen Cart™ team is constantly striving to make the codebase more modular and simpler for 3rd parties to alter and extend. As such core code will at times change quite rapidly. Because of that there is always the possibility that some of the entries made in that section may date rather quickly. If in doubt use the discussion tab, or post on the [http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/index.php Support Forum].
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== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==

Revision as of 18:31, 26 July 2006

Introduction

The Developers section is primarily aimed at those people who have a reasonable level of competence with PHP and MySQL, and who want to learn more about the internal workings of the Zen Cart™ code.


Hopefully it may also be useful for those people that are wanting to move from simple customizations of their Zen Cart™ site to doing something a little more adventurous.


The Zen Cart™ team is constantly striving to make the codebase more modular and simpler for 3rd parties to alter and extend. As such core code will at times change quite rapidly. Because of that there is always the possibility that some of the entries made in that section may date rather quickly. If in doubt use the discussion tab, or post on the Support Forum.


Resources

PHP Resources

MySQL Resources

HTML Resource

CSS Resources