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Bitweaver Framework

A Modular System for Developer Flexibility

Created by: hiran, Last modification: 15 Jan 2007 (10:17 UTC) by hiran
The Bitweaver application Framework offers a complete suite of core features in a higher modular design. The Bitweaver Framework is designed specifically for developer flexibility. To understand how Bitweaver is designed, you must understand that it is completely modular, on multiple levels.

All parts of Bitweaver are encapsulated in what we call Packages. Bitweaver Packages are the largest grain of our modular architecture, they are intended to be large collections of features, such as the Wiki Package or the Blogs Package.

Bitweaver has a set of required packages needed to be fully operational. These are refered to as the "core". The core inlcudes
  • The Kernel Package is responsible for the setting up the database and manages package configuration.
  • the Liberty Package is a handful of well designed base classes that are intended to be inherited from. By extending the classes, you get all the power of liberty - access control, content history, formatting like wiki parsing, html scrubbing, and more - without having to write any of the code yourself.
  • The Themes Package to get page rendering read
  • The Users Package to get an identified user object
  • The Languages Package to handle internationalization

The primary goal for bitweaver was to place the fewest possible requirements on a package and provide the most flexible environment possible.

This diagram illustrates the functional inter-relationships of the core packages and optional features packages:



For Developers

The Bitweaver Framework, consisting of Liberty and Kernel, offers you the above mentioned services. Here we'll try to show how you can make use of that.

Business Objects a la Liberty

Sorted Lists

Detail Views

Confirmation Dialogues

Authorisation Required

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