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|The Joomla Framework<ref>See also [[Platform]]</ref><ref>See also [[Subpackages]]</ref> is an important part of the Joomla architecture. It's based on modern object-oriented design patterns that make the Joomla core highly maintainable and easily extendable ([[About the Joomla Framework|Learn more about the Joomla Framework]]).  
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|The Joomla Framework<ref>See also [[Platform]]</ref><ref>See also [[Subpackages]]</ref> was an important part of the Joomla architecture in the versions 1.5 and 1.6. It was based on modern object-oriented design patterns that make the Joomla core highly maintainable and easily extendable ([[About the Joomla Framework|Learn more about the Joomla Framework]]). In April 2011, the Framework was rebranded as the Joomla! [[Platform]], which is now being developed separately from the Joomla! [[CMS]]. The first version of the CMS to ship with the Platform was version 1.7.
  
 
Third party developers benefit from the rich, and easily accessible functionality that the Joomla Framework provides. On this page we'd like to provide you a way to reference of all classes and respective methods. Use the links below to navigate to further information about framework versions or the version classes which include, where possible, examples of use.
 
Third party developers benefit from the rich, and easily accessible functionality that the Joomla Framework provides. On this page we'd like to provide you a way to reference of all classes and respective methods. Use the links below to navigate to further information about framework versions or the version classes which include, where possible, examples of use.

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The Joomla Framework[1][2] was an important part of the Joomla architecture in the versions 1.5 and 1.6. It was based on modern object-oriented design patterns that make the Joomla core highly maintainable and easily extendable (Learn more about the Joomla Framework). In April 2011, the Framework was rebranded as the Joomla! Platform, which is now being developed separately from the Joomla! CMS. The first version of the CMS to ship with the Platform was version 1.7.

Third party developers benefit from the rich, and easily accessible functionality that the Joomla Framework provides. On this page we'd like to provide you a way to reference of all classes and respective methods. Use the links below to navigate to further information about framework versions or the version classes which include, where possible, examples of use.

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The Joomla Architecture
  1. See also Platform
  2. See also Subpackages