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Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Trivial Update of "BricksCms" by BertrandDelacretaz
Date Tue, 25 Sep 2007 20:41:57 GMT
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The following page has been changed by BertrandDelacretaz:
http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/BricksCms

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  If you like drawings, the "what you need to know about Cocoon" presentation at the GT 2004
also includes a diagram of a typical Cocoon application, it is available under "Material from
events" at http://cocoon.apache.org/mirror.cgi, under gt2004/presentations/gt2004-bertrand-...
  
  = What is bricks-cms? =
- Bricks-cms is NOT a real CMS, it's only an example application meant to demonstrate how
to work with database and java components in Cocoon, and how to implement CRUD applications.
And even if you're creating pure publishing applications (XSLT, sitemaps but little or no
Java code), Bricks shows a simple ant-based build system which lets you cleanly separate your
code from Cocoon's.
+ Bricks-cms is NOT a real CMS, it's only an example application meant to demonstrate how
to work with database and java components in Cocoon 2.1.x, and how to implement CRUD applications.
And even if you're creating pure publishing applications (XSLT, sitemaps but little or no
Java code), Bricks shows a simple ant-based build system which lets you cleanly separate your
code from Cocoon's.
  
  It was called "cms" because a content management system is a good use case for Cocoon.
  

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