Projects / wCMF


wCMF is a lightweight MDA approach to application development based on the MVC pattern. It allows the creation of any kind of PHP Web application such as CRM or a CMS from a UML model. It features an object persistence layer, a SOAP interface, and standard views and controllers.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Mar 2009 11:06

    Release Notes: The generator was completely rewritten. JSON support was added to the framework. The generator is based on openArchitectureWare 4.3.1, which provides support for custom generation workflows, flexible meta models, and open source UML2 modeling tools (e.g. Topcased). The application backend is now completely separated from the frontend and supports communication via HTML views, JSON, and SOAP calls.

    •  25 Nov 2007 16:17

      Release Notes: The most important enhancements are a new generation strategy that completely separates the generated model classes from the custom ones, persistence hook methods that are executed before and after standard events, and an AJAX driven user interface.

      •  29 Jun 2007 08:36

        Release Notes: The focus of this release is to enhance the user's productivity and consolidate the system. The generator now allows to model the complete system configuration and deploys the framework and application template on first use. Model changes are from now on incorporated automatically into the database (even an existing one) using the framework's database upgrade system. Customization of the default application is simplified by the generation of entity specific views and the new template override mechanism.

        •  15 Oct 2005 23:34

          Release Notes: This release includes a complete visual redesign of the default application and integration of FCKeditor with image and link management. wCMF Generator now supports inheritance for the node type (one table per concrete class) and has a default application model for poseidon.


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