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*[[Website:Contribute_from_GitHub|Contribute from Github]]
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== The Mobile Website ==*  
== The Mobile Website ==
[[Website:Mobile| Mobile]] -- ''Documentation for the mobile website''
* [[Website:Mobile| Mobile]] -- ''Documentation for the mobile website''
= Information for third party developers =
= Information for third party developers =

Revision as of 18:48, 9 July 2013

This page contains information pertinent to employees of WormBase.

Project Management

Conference call agendas/minutes

Source Code Repositories

We use the distributed source code management system git. Projects are hosted on Github.

How-To create, check out, and manage our repositories

General Documentation

Data Model and Data Development

Web Site Development Guidelines


Help us maintain the site

The Web Application

  • Application overview - An overview of the web application, including MVC structure, request flow, caching, etc
  • Configuration -- Application and view configuration: formatting and standards
  • WormBase::API -- The WormBase data model, maintained external to the web application
  • View -- Templating system, commom template elements, javascript, and CSS
  • Model -- The web application model; thin, glued to the external Model
  • Controller -- Overview of controller files and actions
  • Genome Browser Survey -- "Community survey for evaluating use cases and required functionality of a WormBase genome browser"

The Mobile Website

  • Mobile -- Documentation for the mobile website

Information for third party developers



Software Platform

Hardware Platform

Software Life Cycle

Measuring Application Performance

Routine Administration Tasks

Monitoring and Crises Management

Frozen Releases

Deprecated Documentation

The good word gone bad. Cruft. Lint. Maybe useful. Probably not.


Load balancing and Failover


Frozen Releases as Virtual Machines