Chris Salzberg edited this page Jan 24, 2018 · 11 revisions

Mobility does a lot of different things under the hood, many of which may not be immediately obvious or easy to understand. This wiki attempts to offer a bit more detail than the readme on these different things, in a format that is slightly more readable than the API documentation.

One of the main points of confusion is about the whole concept of a "backend", what the different backends are, their relative strengths and weaknesses, and how each should be used. In the sections below, we introduce the idea of a backend in detail and explain each of the backends Mobility provides out-of-the-box.

(If you are coming from Globalize, you may want to skip to the Table Backend section.)

There is also a Roadmap setting out what is planned for future versions of Mobility.

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