-Documentation (user, programmer, comments)
+ * documentation (user, programmer, comments)
+what kind of team to solve it with
+what technologies, languages, libs, os, other tools
+fallback alternatives or areas you might expand into
If you want to touch the Kephra sources -
-this document explains where to find what and roughly how it works
+this document explains where to find what and roughly how it works.
The terminology is explained in the glossary at the end.
In case you learn better by looking at the good documented code - start at Kephra::API.
-=item * API - API (proxy) for most cross module calls
, plugins , central data
+=item * API - API (proxy) for most cross module calls plugins central data