A web framework for Haxe, superseded by ufront.
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Deprecation notice ------------------ Haxigniter has been superseded by ufront: https://github.com/ufront/ufront ------------------ haXigniter v0.92 ================ Welcome to haXigniter! The easy-to-use web framework for haXe. Home page ========= http://wiki.github.com/ciscoheat/haxigniter Quick start =========== http://wiki.github.com/ciscoheat/haxigniter/quick-start Really quick start ================== If you're an experienced programmer, have haXe installed and know web server configuration, here's a really quick start. 1. Start a prompt and install haXigniter with "haxelib install haxigniter". 2. Create an empty directory somewhere and execute "haxelib run haxigniter init" there. This will create a project with skeleton files. 3. In the project directory, you can now use "ignite" as a command instead of "haxelib run ...". Enter "ignite build" to build the default project for PHP. See http://wiki.github.com/ciscoheat/haxigniter/deployment for more build info. 4. If no errors, you now have a haXigniter-app in the "www" directory. Copy the contents of "www" to the root of a web server directory. 5. Browse to the web server. If everything worked, you will see the start page. Now you're ready to take the guided tour: http://wiki.github.com/ciscoheat/haxigniter/guided-tour 6. If you can't take the tour, the first thing you should do is to check out the file "src/config/Config.hx" to see what you can configure, especially the "development" setting. Everything is set up to just work for most systems, so hopefully you don't have to change anything. The next thing to do is to look at the files in "src/controllers" for an explanation how to call the controllers. Good luck, and thanks for your interest! If you're using FlashDevelop, there is a project file included for your convenience: "myapp.hxproj". Contact ======= For help, questions, comments or contributions, the official mailing list for haXigniter is here: http://groups.google.com/group/haxigniter Join the list and welcome to the community! If your query is more private, mail me at haxigniter AT gmail DOT com. Looking forward talking to you!