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Project Summary

WebSpine is a framework MVC (Model View Controller), which has the objective to provide faster and simplicity to develop Web applications. In this framework , the process of validation is based in rules, but encapsulated to developer. However, it doesn’t obstruct that the developer implement his/her rules, necessary in cases of specific validations, or implement the validation process by traditional way.

The principles of the WebSpine are simple (and obvious):
· How much less code the programmer writes, minor the error possibilities, time of development and tests of code;
· Once validated a rule, doesn’t have reason to implement it again only due the parameter name to be validated is different and independent of project;
. How much simple is the utilization and configuration of the tool, faster is the training time, of utilization and development;
. The tool must use to advantage the resources that already exist and implement only what still it doesn’t exist;

Besides this, this framework to provide ways to implement secure applications through filters and access mapping through XML configuration files.



In a Nutshell, WebSpine...

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Jun 22 2016 — Jul 22 2016

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Jul 22 2015 — Jul 22 2016


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