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SocialEngine is a PHP-based white-label social networking service platform, that installs a custom full-featured social network on a user's website. Main features include administration of small-to-mid scale social networks, complete customization abilities, unencrypted code, multilingual capability, and modular plugin/widget compatibility. There is a range of templates and add-ons available to extend the basic features already included in the SocialEngine core.


Future development

On September 2, 2009, SocialEngine's Development Team revealed that the next major SocialEngine release, 4.0, is to be built on an entirely different architecture than previous versions, Zend Framework, in pursuit of scalability and new feature sets.[1] An anticipated feature set was released shortly thereafter[2], though no date for release has been scheduled.

Modular Extendability

Official plugins

Webligo Developments offers a variety of plugins to extend the functionality of SocialEngine into blog hosting, photo album hosting, groups, music sharing and hosting, video sharing and hosting, chat and instant messaging services, event planning, online polls, and forums.

Third-Party plugins

Third-party companies, such as SocialEngineMods [3], Radcodes [4], OpenCrypt [5], iExperts[6] and many others[7] offer modular add-ons to create new functionalities. These functionalities may include:

Third-Party templates

SocialEngine installations are unbranded by default. Webligo does not supply templates to alter the appearance of an installation, but these templates are available through third-party vendors.

See also


External links

Personal tools

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