Xorio 20060126

Xorio is a Web Application Framework with integrated Content Management System (CMS) written in Java.
Xorio is a Web Application Framework with integrated Content Management System (CMS) written in Java.

The problem with the most CMS and Web Application Frameworks is, that they are either easy to use but very limited and not very extendible or they are extendible and can be used in many different ways but have a very steep learning curve.

The aim of Xorio is to be a solution that is easy to use in the beginning but still offers the ambitioned user the possibility to extend and change everything the way he likes, combined with a gently inclined learning curve.

The core design goal of Xorio is: "Make simple things simple and complex things possible!"

The core of Xorio is the "Structured Content Engine", a generic implementation of a model layer (if seen from a MVC perspective).

The Structured Content Engine allows the user to rapidly create new data structures/model implementations via a web-frontend without the need to create new database tables, write a single line of Java Code, deploy new packages or restart the server.

It also also automatically provides standard web presentations and forms for browsing, viewing, creation, modifying and deletion of the content of these new datastructures.

What's New in This Release:

Not very much is working yet and there are probably a lot of bugs, but you can run a simple Web site on it already.

last updated on:
January 30th, 2006, 21:26 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Simon Klaiber
homepage:
www.xorio.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)

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