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Registers a site configured error Controller to the distributor. More »

Posted in MVC on 07 Jan 2011 @ 03:18


Handles displaying static pages and caching those pages. More »

Posted in MVC on 05 Aug 2010 @ 03:02


Provides methods for looking up static pages and returning lists of static pages. Can be extended to extend functionality to include database pages etc. More »

Posted in MVC on 05 Aug 2010 @ 03:00


Provides the base "image" model including options support and some utility methods. This class should be extended in your site libraries folder. More »

Posted in MVC on 05 Aug 2010 @ 03:00


Provides the "captcha" page model based on the above script, but modified for use here More »

Posted in MVC on 05 Aug 2010 @ 02:58

Bundled Controllers

Scorpio has several controllers bundled. These can be accessed by setting them up in your controllerMap.xml file. More »

Posted in MVC on 22 May 2010 @ 03:23

AJAX Support

Because of Scorpios versatile view system, adding in AJAX support is very easy. To be more flexible there are several methods you can use. More »

Posted in MVC on 22 May 2010 @ 00:10

MVC Views and Engines

Scorpio has a rich view system the MVC component. This allows different template engines to be used (on a per site basis) depending on the requirements and complexity of the project. Typically views are used to render a representation of the model state based on the request and are read only. More »

Posted in MVC on 21 May 2010 @ 23:52


Represents an additional meta tag in the HTML tag. There are two types of meta tag: http-equiv that are interpreted as if they should have been sent as a HTTP header, and "name" tags. Named tags usually contain the keywords, description and other cu... More »

Posted in MVC on 08 May 2010 @ 16:46


Handles generating captcha images for the Scorpio framework. The controller calls into the mvcCaptchModel for actual generation of the captcha. This component is dependent on mvcSessionBase and gd. GD requires that TTF font support be available. Usag... More »

Posted in MVC on 22 Nov 2009 @ 00:39

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