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JForum

  •    Java

JForum is a powerful and robust discussion board system implemented in Java. It provides an attractive interface, an efficient forum engine, an easy to use administrative panel, an advanced permission control system and much more.

NodeBB - Node.js based forum software built for the modern web

  •    Javascript

NodeBB Forum Software is powered by Node.js and built on either a Redis or MongoDB database. It utilizes web sockets for instant interactions and real-time notifications. NodeBB has many modern features out of the box such as social network integration and streaming discussions, while still making sure to be compatible with older browsers.

mvcforum - MVCForum is a fully featured responsive and themeable ASP

  •    Javascript

MVCForum is a fully featured and themeable enterprise level ASP.NET MVC 5 discussion board/forum. The software has features similar to that seen on StackOverFlow plus LOTS more (See list below). Along with MVC it’s built using Unity & Entity Framework 6 code first and is super easy to extend and add your own features.

Scoold - Stack Overflow clone in Java

  •    Java

Scoold is a Q&A platform. The primary goal of this project is educational but it can also work great as a Q&A/support section for your website. Its feature include Full text search, Database-agnostic, optimized for cloud deployment, Distributed object cache, Reputation and voting system with badges, Email notifications for post replies and comments, Social login (Facebook, Google, GitHub, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter) with Gravatar support.




refire-forum - Serverless discussion forum built with React, Redux and Firebase

  •    Javascript

Serverless discussion forum built with React, Redux and Firebase using refire and refire-app.Base UI components are from excellent Elemental UI.

flowchat - A live updating, threaded discussion platform with range voting.

  •    Java

FlowChat is an open-source, self-hostable, live-updating discussion platform, featuring communities, discussions with threaded conversations, and voting.It can act as an alternative to forums, as a private team communication platform(like slack), a content creation platform(like reddit), or a voting/polling platform like referendum.