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Kephas Framework

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Our commitment to innovation

Kephas Framework ("stone" in aramaic) is a very ambitious project aiming to deliver a framework for an application ecosystem. As its name suggests, it is designed to be a basement for cost-effective and highly productive application development. Some of the key terms addressed:

  1. Customizable at each level and in every aspect
  2. Aspect oriented / Separation of concerns
  3. Multi-dimensional model approach
  4. Service oriented
  5. Multi-database support (MongoDB, SQL Server, SQL Azure, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, whatever)
  6. Localizable

For more details, please visit the Kephas Framework web site.


Kephas Framework is built using the following great open source projects:

Many thanks also to:

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