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revIgniter                  FRAMEWORK

revIgniter empowers you to build websites in a fraction of time compared to writing LiveCode code from scratch by providing a large number of code libraries addressing frequently needed tasks, as well as a straightforward interface and consequential pattern to access these libraries.

revIgniter lets you creatively concentrate on your project by lessen the quantity of code required for a given task.

revIgniter is mature, it is thoroughly tested. Many websites have been successfully built with revIgniter including the presumably largest Hindu website in existence.


What you get with revIgniter


First and foremost, a framework for your beloved coding language
A Model-View-Controller based framework
A framework with a small footprint
Excellent performance
A framework that requires virtually zero configuration
A framework that does not require you to stick to limiting coding rules (almost)
A clear, detailed documentation

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Version 1.9.0

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Getting started


The first step is to install revIgniter, then read all the topics in the Introduction section of the user guide. Next, read each of the General Topics pages in order. Each topic builds on the previous one, and includes code examples that you are encouraged to try. Once you understand the basics you'll be ready to explore the Library Reference and Helper Reference pages to learn to utilize the native libraries and helper files.

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revIgniter project


The revIgniter project can be found on GitHub.


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TextMate Bundles

Version 1.4.4

These bundles will help reduce time spent in building revIgniter web sites considerably. Even if you don't use revIgniter and build your sites from scratch, the bundles serve you too. The revIgniter bundles are compatible with Sublime Text and Atom, though the bundles' commands and file drop actions are not available. There is an Atom package provided by Dr. Peter Brett, so there is no need to convert the bundles by yourself. You can even use the bundles on iOS in Textastic in case you like to code on an iPad. Of course, the specific commands and file drop actions don't work with Textastic either, furthermore there is no code completion in Textastic.

Note: This version works with TextMate 2 and is not meant to be used with previous versions of TextMate.

Features:

  • Collapsing Text Blocks (Foldings)
  • Handler Pop-up
  • Code Completion
  • Snippets with Tab Stops and Placeholders (revIgniter and iRev)
  • Drop Actions for Images, CSS Files, JS Files, Stacks, LC Files
  • Indentation
  • Paired Characters
  • Templates (for controllers, models, functions, commands, views)

Donation


revIgniter is a free and open source software. If revIgniter saved you some time or helped you to create something awesome, you can express your satisfaction through making a friendly donation via PayPal using the donate button below.


News


revIgniter v1.9.0 Released

revIgniter v1.9.0 has been released. This release adds a JSON Web Token helper which allows you to generate, decode and verify JSON Web Tokens. The Loader library now handles LiveCode Builder (library) extensions too. Furthermore there are minor enhancements and tweaks like: Cookie values can now be arrays. To get more informations please read the Change Log.

If you are running revIgniter please see the Update Instructions.


revIgniter v1.8.3 Released

revIgniter v1.8.3 has been released. This is just a maintenance release which includes some minor tweaks and fixes. To get more informations please read the Change Log.

If you are running revIgniter please see the Update Instructions.


TM bundles v1.4.4 Released

Added a new TextMate command "rictrv" used to write controller boilerplate code. In contrast to command "rictr" this command automatically generates the corresponding view file. For this to work you need to add the server engine directory to the PATH variable as described in the accompanying Read Me file. If you like to use your own template for the automatic generation of view files you can do so by adding a folder named "template" to your "views" folder and include your default view file named "template.lc". File drop actions for CSS files and JavaScript files now work with files located in modules folders too. Added file drop actions for .lc files (libraries, helpers, plugins, models, custom config files) and .livecode stacks as well. Get the latest version of TextMate bundles for revIgniter here.


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