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Trailblazer: A High-Level Architecture For The Web

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Trailblazer gives you a high-level architecture for web applications. Logic that used to get violently pressed into MVC is restructured and decoupled from the Rails framework. New abstraction layers like operations, form objects, authorization policies, data twins and view models guide you towards a better architecture. By applying encapsulation and good OOP, Trailblazer maximizes reusability of components, gives you a more intuitive structure for growing applications and adds conventions and best practices on top of Rails' primitive MVC stack. A polymorphic architecture sitting between controller and persistence is designed to handle many different contexts and helps to minimize code to handle various user roles and edge cases.

2014

Web Application Architecture

I've spent some time thinking about how a web application should be architected. How should it look from a high level? How does the development cycle look? How does the deployment process look? I read a lot about how applications should be modular, and I agree with this, but in practice I've come to realize I don't know how a large application should look.

2011

Spine

Spine is a simple and lightweight framework, and doesn't consist of a vast amount of complex widgets to configure and theme.

2009

Using Zend_Tool to start up your ZF Project

This tutorial will set you through using Zend_Tool to jump-start development on your next ZF MVC application.

2008

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