Around 30 people, mostly developers, showed up for this weekend Nooku Jam in Leuven, Belgium, to learn about Nooku, where it’s headed, and to show off their work or collaborate with people on Nooku development.
I recently set up an automatically updated site that uses PhpDocumentor to create the API documentation for the Nooku Framework. The site is updated every night with the latest version of the Nooku Framework, and you can also read the complete source code of every php-file and class in the framework. Keep an eye out on api.nooku.org too, as we will be working on improving it too in the near future.
Go to the Nooku Framework API documentation
Stian Didriksen wrote a good tutorial on using split views in Nooku Framework. A split view is a UI pattern where a view consists of two side-by-side panes, typically a left side menu with a right side detail views. In this tutorial he shows how to load these parts with HMVC and Ajax.
One of the great timesavers in Nooku Framework are the database table behaviors. As the name suggests, you can use these to add some behaviors to your database. Here is a tutorial on how these work, plus a few practical examples.
I just read a really helpful blogpost over at corephp.com about how you can reuse a model in Joomla Framework’s MVC structure. Thought I’d give an example of how this is solved in Nooku Framework, and then move on and look at how Nooku has taken MVC a few steps further.