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Smart Mess in 2023

Last modified: February 25, 2023

The Smart Mess project with the Spruden 1.0 kernel version was first developed in 1999.

Initially, Spruden Kernel was a set of libraries with similar functionality for creating a simple site. Then in 2000–2001 architecture rules were defined for a common framework that can be extended and modified with custom plugins based on the same rules.

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Smart Mess on Internet Users

Last modified: January 03, 2020

Untitled Image(1)In the beginning, the Internet was just an experimental network for transmitting packets. It was interesting because it allowed different types of computers to be combined, but it didn't make any practical sense. Later, in 1975, the experimental network evolved into a real network. Almost twenty years passed before the World Wide Web appeared in 1993. Then the magic began.

The Internet became visual, it could be seen by users with browsers. HTML technology has created a new type of document. The first HTML pages were very simple and consisted only of text and links. But technology has evolved very quickly. Images, complex structures, sound and video appeared on the computer screen. Very soon, the creation of Sir Tim Berners-Lee learned to display all the diversity and beauty of the contents of the World Wide Web.

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SMART MESS community

Last modified: February 25, 2023

Smart Mess Project is a free community that develops Smart Mess Framework using Spruden Core. The project began in 1999 during the development of the Spruden Elementary Project.

Smart Mess with Spruden Core includes toolkits for building cloud data or a website. Starting from version 7.0 Smart Mess consists entirely of modules. Starting from version 8.0 the authorization module is not included in the base assembly.

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Website, (or web site),is a set of related web pages typically served from a single web domain. A website is hosted on at least one web server, accessible via a network such as the Internet or a private local area network through an Internet address known as a uniform resource locator (URL). All publicly accessible websites collectively constitute the World Wide Web.