What do you want to learn about Sugar?

sugarcrmdevelopers —  May 25, 2011 — 8 Comments

With the demise of the SugarCRM wiki last fall, many felt that we had lost some of the most valuable content on the internals of SugarCRM. While none of it is lost ( we have it all backed safely ) we do not have public access to the content, mostly because it was very much out of date and often times the information was incorrect based upon how current versions do things. But still, it is a resource lost…

I’ve used this very blog over the last 6 months or so as a platform for that content, bring the best discussions and solutions out of the forums for the community to be able to find much more easily. While we are finalizing plans for our future documentation, we’ll continue to have blog posts highlight what’s new and interesting for those building on the Sugar platform.

With that said, this blog is all about you as a developer and community member of SugarCRM. And we want to know what topics interest you that you’d like to see us tackle. Sound off in the comments belows or message us on Twitter with ideas on topics we should cover in this blog. And thanks again for all of your support and feedback!

8 responses to What do you want to learn about Sugar?

    Blake Robertson May 25, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    How about how to show an ajax info popup display when you mouse entries in the Activity History List view so you don’t have to open each record to read the notes.


    System requirements down to the php module level.  This used to be provided and especially as we move to newer versions where maybe some modules aren’t required anymore, current info would be great.

    BTW: thanks for this opportunity we were about to file a ticket about this very issue with the lack of wiki.


    Hi John,
    I continue to read your post in the blog and forum 😉
    Thanks for all.


    How about detailing the possibilities of searchfield.php like displaying a boolean as a checkbox or adding a join condition?


    I’d like to know techniques to customize and maximize ability of the metadata framework.


    John, what about a detailed explanation of the cache dir? Is not really a cache! so its difficult to version and fully understand each directory. its a short post and will help many of us!

    cheers! kool blog

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