19 Aug 2010 1:47 PM #1
Project Wow - Rapid Web Application Development with ExtJS
Hi for all,
We are close to announcing the launch of a framework for rapid development of web applications based on frameworks ExtJS + CodeIgniter + Doctrine. If you are interested, follow the link for the project: http://www.project-wow.com.br/index.php/en. See the screencasts.
Video 1: Setup the enviroment
Video 2: Creating a Wow application
Video 3: Handle Many to One relations
Vídeo 4: Handle One to Many relations for a lot of type Master-detail.
Public beta 1 released.
19 Aug 2010 10:05 PM #2
Wow, It's great!
I'm working on the coldfusion + Extjs code generator, it seems we have same idea!!!!!
My design is use extjs build a utility, use can create it widgets very quickly, also very suitable for our current project, all following the exist code standard and extension widgets from extjs.
20 Aug 2010 6:31 AM #3
We posted a new video. In it we show how the Wow easily handles Many to One relations. The video can be accessed at the project site http://www.project-wow.com.br/index.php/en/.
23 Aug 2010 9:34 AM #4
New video posted: Handling relationships one to many of type Master-detail. Has never been easier to deal with these types of relationships. http://www.project-wow.com.br.
10 Nov 2010 4:57 AM #5
9 Dec 2010 3:29 PM #6
I have to say, this fw is amazing.
12 Dec 2010 5:23 AM #7
15 Dec 2010 9:28 AM #8
Wow is a mix of three other framework (ExtJS + Code Igniter + Doctrine), then it not reinvent the weel. It use the best of each framework to provide a most productive and fast web development environment. It make this with automating many repetitive tasks. See the screenshots, web development with Wow is really productive and funny.
15 Dec 2010 10:06 AM #9
I second that statement.
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