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Default ISPConfig 3 Developer documentation

This thread is meant as resource for ISPConfig 3 development information until we have some real development manual.

Here is a guide as first starting point for Interface development in ISPConfig 3:

http://docs.ispconfig.org/development/interface/

The gitlab server of the ISPConfig project can be found here:

http://git.ispconfig.org
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