blaze's components

blaze comes with lot's of components which are waiting for you. All of them are made for a super easy usage, everything should be perfect for a quick development workflow.

In how blaze works you can get a fairly complete idea of how blaze works to make it easy for you to work with the components.


$blaze

This is the core of blaze which you will be using all the time. You will find the documentation here.


Routing

blaze comes with a simple but useful routing component. You will find the documentation here.


The asset compiler

Assets are everything when it comes to microsites. blaze provides a super simple asset compiler. You will find the documentation here.


The visitor component

There are lots of information about the current visitor you might want to get. You will find the documentation here.


The database connector

If you have setup your database connection in the backend, blaze will hold a database connector for you. You will find the documentation here.


Authentication

The authentication component was made for backend control, but sometimes you might want to protect a frontend page by a public login. Easy. You will find the documentation here.


Cache

blaze comes with a key/value cache. You will find the documentation here.


Storage

Sometimes, there is more to cache than just keys and values. Use the file storage. You will find the documentation here.


Settings

There are a lot of settings and configuration options in blaze. Maybe you want to access these options in your code. You will find the documentation here.


Extend blaze

You are missing some functionality within blaze? No problem, you can extend blaze easily with your own components. Just create a plugin. There is a good documentation about how to do it in the plugins section.