The XOOPS CMS is built on the basis of a framework which provides a set of specifications for:
The site monxoops.fr promised it, there will be available resources for developers.
To allow you to familiarize yourself with the kernel, here is a first element with the XOOPS API (Application Programming Interface) made available to the developer community. These documents were generated using Doxygen , a generator of software documentation from source codes and supported by Graphviz , a graph viewer. Of course, this documentation is not complete since it was generated on the fly from the information contained in the sources of XOOPS.
Good lecture and good discovery !
For monxoops.fr, the current team, Greg and Alain
You can read the original news here
"You're absolutely right with your assessment about the need for Simplicity, but I guess, you've missed the XOOPS extension called "Common Utilities" (http://rmcommon.com/en/) :)
So I invite you to download the latest version of XOOPS 2.5.8 (https://xoops.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=6762), the Common Utilities extension, incl. some of the modules created with this new architecture (http://rmcommon.com/en/modules/)
and take it for a spin and let us know what you think.
The Common Utilities will be part of the upcoming "next generation" version of XOOPS - see more on our XOOPS Roadmap: https://github.com/XOOPS/XoopsCore/issues/252 "