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- 1 WebYaST Architecture
- 2 Installation from sources
- 3 Developping WebYaST modules
- 4 Future planing
WebYaST consists of two Web-Server-Applications:
- YaST Webclient - is the UI part of WebYaST. This web application runs on an own web server and has none system priveledge.
- YaST Webservice - is the backend of WebYaST which is also running on an own web server. It has system access via special permissions.
For more information we are refering to the Architecture overview
Installation from sources
Installing from source is ideal if you want to develop on it.
Use these commands for checking out the Git repositories (anonymous read-only checkout):
git clone git://github.com/webyast/rest-service.git git clone git://github.com/webyast/web-client.git
For maintenance, see the branch layout.
Developping WebYaST modules
This chapter gives an overview how a WebYaST module can be implemented, tested and submitted. An good strategy would also be to a look to already existing WebYaST modules. Each of these modules has the same structure.
If any further question still exists, please do not hessitate to contact us.
Developer Training Kit
Example Plugin contains a lot of links with useful information on all aspects of WebYaST development.
WebYaST coding style fits ruby and rails coding style : coding guide
User Interface Guidelines
User Interface Guidelines contain WebYaST UI style guide, documentation of recommended CSS classes and some branding and usability hints and to-do's.
WebYaST uses the traditional way of writing testcases in Ruby on Rails.
WebYaST has a high test coverage which is expected from every module. But be not afraid. It is quite simple and is described here.
Designing testcases is much more interesting than you have had expected. :-)
Submitting and Building Packages
Tips & Tricks and useful Links
While developing WebYaST we have found some nice Tips & Tricks which make live much more easier.
Furthermore there are tons of howtos concerning RoR and JQuery development. Here is a subset of them which we have found very useful.