Radria includes an extensive range of tools but the 3 main ones are the PageBuilder, SiteManager and the WebIDE. They make up the core of the system and are the base upon which to go forward and create your site.
It is a unique technology; imagine a simplified web based version of Dreamweaver.
PageBuilder is a user web interface builder, it can be used for simple web pages to complex forms or data views.
It was designed for both web developers and web designers.
The Pagebuilder default installation is very basic, a dozen Add-Ons are already available for additional features.
It's a web base interface to create Radria projects, setup the database, publish them over FTP and install / remove / upgrade packages.
You will find more information in the SiteManager documentation
The SiteManager allows you to manage your different Web Application projects.
When creating new projects it automatically creates the base file structure and required files for your new project.
When you create a new database name and username it will automatically create the database and setup the proper user privileges.
The package management is one of the most powerful feature of Radria.
By default a Radria project is blank with nothing in it. It's by using Add-ons, tools, libraries, components and applications that you will compose your application. This allows maximum flexibility in the web application you want to create.
More information on the_packages and how to create them is contained in the extend Radria section.
Each package in your project has a set of instruction that define which files should be uploaded and what instructions to run in order to configure them on the live server.
Its a web base database editor and source code editor for Radria projects.
Create tables, add or delete fields. Support advanced field types like Ajax suggest and drop or list box.
View database table of contents and add / edit / records
Manage Registry objects.
Create SQL queries and save them for reuse in the different Objects.
Views are called Reports in a lot of places. They are Dataviews
User interaction is processed by [core:events|Events]. Events are triggered by Forms, links and are composed of one or multiple Event Action.
Definition of the different objects of your application.