Login | Register
My pages Projects Community openCollabNet

Discussions > commits > svn commit: r51 - trunk/www/index.html

Project highlights: Home - Download - Documentation - Contribute

ubik
Discussion topic

Back to topic list

svn commit: r51 - trunk/www/index.html

Reply

Author nblumhardt
Full name Nicholas Blumhardt
Date 2006-04-25 04:37:26 PDT
Message Author: nblumhardt
Date: 2006-04-25 04:37:26-0700
New Revision: 51

Modified:
   trunk/www/index.html

Log:
Added some more text to the front page.

Modified: trunk/www/index.html
Url: http://ubik.tigris.o​rg/source/browse/ubi​k/trunk/www/index.ht​ml?view=diff&rev​=51&p1=trunk/www​/index.html&p2=t​runk/www/index.html​&r1=50&r2=51
====================​====================​====================​==================
--- trunk/www/index.html (original)
+++ trunk/www/index.html 2006-04-25 04:37:26-0700
@@ -1,8 +1,24 @@
 <html>
 <body>
-<div class="h2" id="longdescription">
+<div class="h2">
  <h2>Descriptio​n</h2>
- <div>Ubik is a persistence framework that has object-relational mapping (ORM) capabilities for the support of domain models in highly interactive client-server applications. It supports a subset of the OPath query language and is built entirely on the .NET Framework in C# 2.0.</div>
+ <div>Ubik is a persistence framework that has object-relational mapping (ORM) capabilities for the support of domain models in highly interactive client-server applications. It supports a subset of the OPath query language and is built entirely on the .NET Framework in C# 2.0.
+<br/>
+<br>
+At the moment it has limited mapping transformations available and is targeted at applications built from scratch on Ubik. In the future, features that will support legacy database schemas may be added.
+<br/>
+<br/>
+Ubik lets you create and use complex object models with very little coding overhead. An object-based query language and unobtrusive architecture make programmign with Ubik like working with simple objects - the database is practically invisible.
+<br/>
+<br/>
+An important feature of Ubik is its ability to provide query results that are consistent with the state of the object model in a local session: object that haven't yet been committed to the database will still be returned when they match a query. Modified and deleted objects are subject to the same kind of correlation of result sets.
+</div>
+</div>
+<div class="h2">
+<h2>Examples</h2>
+<div>
+A goal of the Ubik project is to provide a 'real world' working example, to show not just how the API is used but how Ubik can fit in to a layered architecture with including complex user interaction. The current example included with the source distribution is nearing realisation of this goal.
+</div>
 </div>
 </body>

« Previous message in topic | 1 of 1 | Next message in topic »

Messages

Show all messages in topic

svn commit: r51 - trunk/www/index.html nblumhardt Nicholas Blumhardt 2006-04-25 04:37:26 PDT
Messages per page: