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G-Framework ToolKit

G-Framework ToolKit is a system for creating Web applications. It is not a real framework, but a new approach to Web programming. With it Web applications are created 'vertically' : rather than merging multiple languages (e.g. PHP, JavaScript, and HTML) in your pages, each view is designed in XML, and server and client code is stored in a specific place and is linked to the view at runtime. Everything is strongly oriented to let developers focus their efforts only to specific aspects of the project at time: XML for the GUI, RPCs for the data handling. Using XML provides a developers with clear design rules, subviews where injected code is merged in the master view, support for creating new tags, and simple internationalization.


Recent releases

  •  09 Jan 2014 11:57

    Release Notes: Views are now treath as packages. Better separation between Server and Client code was provided. Subviews with code injection are now supported. Webgets were updated (PDFs, JTable, Pack-libs).

    •  01 Aug 2013 19:22

      Release Notes: At this stage, GFramework is quietly usable and stable.

      •  02 Apr 2013 07:23

        Release Notes: This is the first release candidate.


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