Published on May 22, 2016
1. Why? ● Current version is based on a 10 years old, outdated technology ● Backend technologies like Laravel and frontend technologies like Angular2 and React attrack our developers. ● Market runs away from Joomla! ● Not using state-of-the-art technology is like a death sentence to the project. ● A new technological base is urgently needed.
2. Orthogonality ● The Joomla! X (formerly known as Joomla! 4) architecture is based on the principle of Orthogonal Components. ● This principle describes Vertical Components, like Content, Weblinks, or Users, ● that are combined with Horizontal Components, like Workflow, Tagging, or Versioning. ● Horizontal Components add functionality to Vertical Components without explicit code in the components.
3. Storage Courtesy DRs Kulturarvsprojekt ● Components use Entities to communicate with the Storage Layer through Repositories, ● which can use different connections for read and write access. ● Doctrine2 DBAL adds out-of-the-box support for MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MS SQL Server, ● and other sources as CSV or XML files and web services can be added transparently. ● Relations are resolved automatically.
4. Rendering Courtesy Kisa Naumova ● Components enclose Entities with ContentTypes to add semantics to the data. ● No layout information is provided, because there's no knowledge about the context. ● Renderers turn content into HTML, JSON, plain text or arbitrary other formats. ● HTML rendering is a bit different, though, since the content has to be embedded into the layout. ● Components can add own ContentTypes.
5. PageBuilder Courtesy Ivanevian ● For the web, content is organised using Pages based on Templates. ● Master Layouts are used to combine static and dynamic content, that gets used on multiple Pages. ● A Page defines a URL, the underlying Master Layout, and additional static and dynamic content. ● Any component's output can be viewed in any position, ● and the blocks can be related to each other to show data added by the Horizontal Components.
6. Approach ● Too many obstacles, like tight coupling and insufficient tests, made incremental development a nightmare. ● A clean base allowed making fast progress, so the basics already are in place. ● All architectural goals defined in Odense and Athens are or will be implemented. ● A release will not happen without a one-click upgrade for the core and a reasonable support for 3PD extensions.
7. Approach ● Too many obstacles, like tight coupling and insufficient tests, made incremental development a nightmare. ● A clean base allowed making fast progress, so the basics already are in place. ● All architectural goals defined in Odense and Athens are or will be implemented. ● A release will not happen without a one-click upgrade for the core and a reasonable support for 3PD extensions.
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