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README.md

OOWEE

Oowee is a PHP website engine with a Content Management System (CMS). Yes, yet another one. I have developed it during the last year in my spare time, as a zen therapy. In the beginning, coding Oowee just helped me to relax after work but finally it has become something useful and I felt the need to share. After all, it's powering my website at http://uavster.com

Use Oowee if you:

  • Flee from huge CMS monsters
  • Like to control every PHP line on your site
  • Want to experiment with a simple-yet-powerful website engine code base
  • Want to see the insides on an understandable website engine
  • Want to be the coolest of your coder friends contributing to a completely non-mainstream project

DO NOT use Oowee if you:

  • Want to build your site by point-and-click
  • Need to access thousands of widgets from a large active comunity (make some instead and contribute!)
  • Want a default supercool admin backend (make your own and contribute!)

Features

  • Dynamic templates
  • Widgets
  • Content Management System
  • Generate AJAX queries with a single PHP line
  • Generate useful client script snippets from PHP
  • Natively integrated with RedBeanPHP and CKEditor
  • Easy integration with JQuery (optional)
  • PHP helpers for: database access, MIME types, URLs, XML files, strings
  • JavaScript helpers and controls: html editor, date picker, ajax, animations, cookies, graphics, form submit, URLs
  • Virtual file system
  • Hierarchical site configuration
  • Inter-widget communication
  • Browser cache control
  • Multiple sites with the same engine
  • Per site logs
  • Clear model-view separation
  • Engine and sites never mix (separate folders)
  • All code is object-oriented
  • Support for multiple encodings

Installation

To install Oowee follow these steps:

  1. Copy all Oowee files to a folder accessible under your HTTP server public directory. For instance: {HTTP public directory}/oowee
  2. Copy the files in the 'install' folder to your HTTP server public directory (i.e. public_html, www, ...)
  3. If you placed Oowee files in '{HTTP public directory}/oowee', skip this step. Otherwise, edit the copied index.php and change the include line so it points to your Oowee directory.
  4. Edit {HTTP public directory}/sites/SitesConfig.php and follow the comments to configure your sites.

Documentation

I'm in the process of writing it. Please, be patient and shoot any questions to ignacio (dot) mellado (at) gmail (dot) com

Contact

For suggestions, please go to http://uavster.com/contact

Happy coding!

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