Topic: Integrating XAJAX into CMS
I'm developing a CMS and would like to revamp the whole CMS to work entirely on/with XAJAX.
Let me explain what I have.
index.php - listens to url requests - all url requests are through index.php.
Modules - separate applications. Each module has 4 levels (view, user, edit and admin). Each level is a function. SO, for instance, for the forum module, the functions would be named forum_view, forum_user, forum_edit and forum_admin.
Plugins - extras deailing with appearance etc. For instance: tinymce, scriptaculous, thickbox
Now, when a user makes a url request, index.php searches the database to see if the url exists. IF the url exists, he then searches to see what function to run....for instance forum_user.
Now, what I would like to do is revamp index.php so that xajax would listen to the requests and if the "url" exists, then run the proper function which would have been a $xajax->registerFunction("forum_user").
I'm looking for someone to help me out that would know the ins and outs of xajax.
What I'm (in essence) looking for is a 100% integration of our CMS and XAJAX so that for instance forms being submitted are all run through xajax, links etc etc.
Can this be done? Can someone give us a hand at it?