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Themosis framework

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The Themosis framework is a WordPress focused framework. It helps you develop enterprise level WordPress applications and websites using an elegant and simple code syntax.

Getting started

Prerequisites

In order to start a new installation of the Themosis framework, you need to have all WordPress requirements and Composer installed on your computer.

We recommend to install Composer globally on your computer.

Installing

Once you have Composer setup, run the following command in your Terminal or Console in order to install a fresh copy of the Themosis framework:

composer create-project themosis/themosis myproject

The above command will install a new instance of the Themosis framework under the myproject directory.

Learn more

In order to learn more about how to use the framework and its features, please follow the official documentation and read the "Getting started" guide in order to configure your application for your environment:

Local development

In progress

Running the tests

In progress

Deployment

In progress

Contributing

Any help is appreciated. The project is open-source and we encourage you to participate. You can contribute to the project in multiple ways by:

  • Reporting a bug issue
  • Suggesting features
  • Sending a pull request with code fix or feature
  • Following the project on GitHub
  • Following us on Twitter
  • Sharing the project around your community

For details about contributing to the framework, please check the contribution guide.

Versioning

We use SemVer for versioning. For available versions, please check this repository tags if you need a specific version for your project.

When starting from scratch, Composer will always install the most recent stable version.

Authors

  • Julien Lambé - Project Lead - jlambe

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

License

This project is licensed under the GPL-2.0+ License - see the LICENSE.md file for details.