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Subject svn commit: r908960 - in /websites/staging/gora/trunk/content: ./ current/index.html
Date Fri, 16 May 2014 00:15:12 GMT
Author: buildbot
Date: Fri May 16 00:15:11 2014
New Revision: 908960

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+Title: Gora Module Overview
+
+##Introduction
+This is the main entry point for Gora documentation. Here are some pointers for further info:
+
+* First if you haven't already done so, make sure to check the [quick start guide](./quickstart.html).
+* Basic information about gora modules can be found below.
+* You can also take a look at the [API Documentation](./api/javadoc.html) which contains
the javadoc 
+  for all of the modules combined. We are always looking for [Documentation contributions](../contribute.html).
+
+You can find an abstract overview of how to configure Gora [here](./gora-conf.html).
+
+##Gora Modules
+Gora source code is organized in a modular architecture. The gora-core module 
+is the main module which contains the core of the code. All other modules depend 
+on the gora-core module. 
+Each datastore backend in Gora resides in it's own module. The documentation for 
+the specific module can be found at the module's documentation directory. 
+
+It is wise so start with going over the documentation for the gora-core 
+module and then the specific data store module(s) you want to use. The 
+following modules are currently implemented in gora.
+
+* [gora-compiler](./compiler.html): A page dedicated to the GoraCompiler; a critical part
of the Gora workflow.
+* [gora-core](./gora-core.html): Module containing core functionality, AvroStore and DataFileAvroStore
stores;
+* [gora-accumulo](./gora-accumulo.html): Module for [Apache Accumulo](http://accumulo.apache.org)
backend and AccumuloStore implementation;
+* [gora-cassandra](./gora-cassandra.html): Module for [Apache Cassandra](http://cassandra.apacheorg)
backend and CassandraStore implementation;
+* [gora-dynamodb](./gora-dynamodb.html): Module for [Amazon DynamoDB](http://aws.amazon.com/dynamodb/)
backend and DynamoDBStore implementation;
+* [gora-hbase](./gora-hbase.html): Module for [Apache HBase](http://hbase.apache.org) backend
and HBaseStore implementation;
+* [gora-sql](./gora-sql.html): Module for [HSQLDB](http://hsqldb.org/) and [MySQL](http://www.mysql.com/)
backend and SqlStore implementation;



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