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Published on July 3, 2020 by Abdullah Esmail
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Transparent and open finances.
- Taking contexts/sections into account.
- Supporting contexts makes the admin interface better organized.
- Can handle as many schemas as necessary.
- Whether we have 1 schema or 1000 schemas, the admin interface should adapt well.
- Have a visually pleasant user interface.
- This might be subjective.
- No generators or generated templates.
- I believe the less files there are the better. This also means it's easier to upgrade for users when releasing new versions. This might mean some flexibility and customizations will be lost, but it's a trade-off.
- Existing schemas/contexts shouldn't have to be modified.
- I shouldn't have to change my code in order to adapt to the package, the package should adapt to my code.
- Should be easy to use whether with a new project or with existing projects with a lot of schemas.
- Adding kaffy should be as easy for existing projects as it is for new ones.
- Highly flexible and customizable.
- Provide as many configurable options as possible.
- As few dependencies as possible.
- Currently kaffy only depends on phoenix and ecto.
- Simple authorization.
- I need to limit access for some admins/users to some resources.
- Sensible, modifiable, default assumptions.
- When the package assumes something, this assumption should be sensible and modifiable when needed.
The road is long. There are short-term and long-term plans for Kaffy to be the best admin interface out there.