Regular Posts Tagged ‘taxonomy’
8 years, 6 months ago Posted in: Project 21

It has been quite long since Joomla! 1.6 Alpha came, and there have been a lot of changes made in Joomla! 1.6 since then. Further, it was also decided to adapt the architecture slightly to follow Joomla!. The major changes since beta, excluding bug fixes are Taxonomy TreeMaps are made standalone entities (equal to Trees […]

8 years, 8 months ago Posted in: Project 0

The primary task was to implement the architecture in Joomla! library. Albeit having �clear specs about final outcome, it was not straight forward. The first hurdle was to follow Joomla! style i.e. using JTable for CURD while ensuring that the performance and features are not limited by it. Also as it is Joomla! 1.6 is […]

8 years, 9 months ago Posted in: Project 1

Objectives The primary objective of classification frameworks is to decouple categorization from object creation and management and provide a human friendly, visually recognizable, flexible alternative to search indices of objects. Starting from directory architecture used by virtually any operating system, methods of classification have in been in use for long time, under the principle of […]

8 years, 9 months ago Posted in: Project 0

Joomla! is a powerful Content Management System (CMS) and a popular publishing framework known for its aesthetics and Web Application Development. However it is limited by the simple section/category/article hierarchy for organizing content. The project intends to address a greatly missing feature of Joomla! that is a well structured Taxonomy Component (API, frontend and extensions […]