RawDev seeks balance between the following eleven principles: simplicity, usability, consistency, flexibility, modularity, speediness (execution), security, reliability (well tested), extendibility, documentation, and power.
RawDev is also intended to be well-documented, collaborative and consistent.
Eat your own dog-food and keep it simple !
RawDev is the choice of framework for contracts that Bokenkamp Consulting. If you are interested to getting a contract implement using RawDev, please contact me. The source code is available for download under the MIT license.
The first milestone is to develop the model, which will be database independent and will have plugin support for sources such as: MySql, PDO, and Excel. With plugins any source can be supported even PHP code or anything you can think of that maps to a relational data structure. The benefit to this approach is that you have uniform access independent of the source in addition that you can make joins between completely different sources. For example you could join a list of blogs in a Google Doc with Alexa rankings and cache the results in a local MySql table in minutes.
Another part of the model is access controls which will include row and column level access privileges to users and roles.
My goal is to demo this functionality at the UI Conference in Philadelphia on July 21st and July 22nd.
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