How to QCubed
- Design your database
- Run the code generator to generate a default web application, complete with default models, controllers and views to create, update and delete database records.
- Use the ModelController Editor to swap out widgets and tweak the code generator.
- Modify subclasses of your models, controllers and views to create your business logic, and add CSS to make it look great.
QCubed allows one person or a small team to manage a very large and diverse web application. Its structure makes it easy to make changes across your entire application. Business applications and intranet sites are ideal candidates for a QCubed application.
Change is a part of life, and a part of web applications. When you change your database schema, you don't have to start over. QCubed's layered structure (scaffolding) lets you change your database, and quickly incorporate those changes into your web app without losing your previous work.
QCubed has an underlying 80-20 philosophy. Speed of development is prioritized over application performance at times. However, QCubed applications are still quite fast. And QCubed's structure is flexible enough to allow you to make performance modifications in specific areas of your application without sacrificing the overall flexibility of your application.
QCubed actively supports MySQL and Postgres databases. However, many other database adapters (Oracle, MsSQL, etc.) have been written and could be used with minimal effort. NoSQL support is planned.