aFramework Install

Published Thursday, November 13, 2008 in aFramework, Design, Development

Last few weeks I've been working on aFramework's installation wizard whenever I've had some spare time.

aFramework Install

The entire config-handling has been rewritten and is now completely dynamic. This allows the installation wizard to adapt to whatever sites the user selects for installation.

I've set up a demo-page so please have a look and tell me what you think. The demo won't actually install anything but it looks and behaves exactly the same as the real thing.

I should mention that both the logo and the icons are temporary (possibly even the entire design). A mate of mine is working on some new stuff but I kind of liked those dark icons I found on so I felt it was time to stick it online.

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Monday, November 17, 2008 | View all comments by Joakim

Looks great! I liked the icons aswell, but I'm sure the new stuff your friend is working on looks good aswell, if not even better.

The installation is simple and stylish, just the way I like em.

Keep it up!


Tuesday, November 25, 2008 | View all comments by Andreas

Glad you liked it :) I think my mate's stopped working on that new design, and I've stopped working on the code so it'll probably stay like this.

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