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README.md

WebHemi

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Introduction

After many years of endless development of a big, robust, super-universal blog engine which was suppose to build on a well known framework, I decided to re-think my goals and the way I want to reach them. With the very helpful guidance of the owner of the refaktormagazin/blog repository, now I try to create a small, fast and 'only as much as necessary', clean-code blog engine.

BE AWARE! THIS IS ONLY AN EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT WITH LIMITED TIME, RESOURCE AND SUPPORT CAPABILITIES.

Use it at your own will.

BEHIND THE SCENES

The WebHemi is a simple blog engine that tries to completely apply the S.O.L.I.D. principles, uses the PSR-7 HTTP Messages Interfaces and the Middleware concept.

Figure 1: The basic execution flow of the application.

webhemi

Figure 2: The queue of the Middleware Pipeline

pipelinemanager

FAQ

Q: Why don't you use Wordpress? A: I tried. It didn't fit to me.

Q: Why don't you use a Framework? A: I tried. It didn't fit to me.

Q: Why don't you wear business suit? A: I tried. It didn't fit to me.

Q: Who asks these questions so frequently? A: Nobody. I just try to avoid them to be asked.

License

Check the License for details.

Change Log

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