V.D.O.M (Visual Dynamic Object Model)
A new approach to creating websites, based on the object paradigm.

The VDOM technology is based on an object representation of web applications. It holds all common functions and uses them by simply positioning them on a visual interface and assigning them certain properties.
The structure of the application and its pages is stored in XML format, which makes it separate from the programming language. As for updates, they are performed in WYSIWYG mode (What You See Is What You Get).

This technology also converts web applications in the VDOM format to an HTML flow structure that is compatible with the most important Web standards, and it stores this flow on the HTTP server for better accessibility.

The strength of the VDOM technology lies in the fact that it is detached and separate from the server’s programming languages and environment. It is limitless, thanks in part to the object management module which makes it possible to encapsulate more functionalities.


E²VDOM (Enhanced Event V.D.O.M)
Simple management of web events and AJAX applications.

The E2VDOM technology is a VDOM extension which allows you to manage events on the web page in real time. It speeds up and facilitates the development of ergonomic interfaces for web applications.
With E2VDOM, you can interact with a database, send queries, and display results without necessarily having to reload the page.
You can also very easily control the events relating to each object: click, double-click, zoom, mouseover, mouseout, etc.

WHOLE (Web Hyper Object Linking and Embedding)
Communication between web applications and office applications.

WHOLE is the technology that links a company’s traditional data-processing systems to web technologies. It is the interface that dynamically and reversibly translates content from a traditional software program into a VDOM object representation.
In other words, with WHOLE you have the possibility of publishing any content on your box, from any software application, and you can retrieve this content using the same software application or any other compatible program.
An application programming interface (API) is available to enable all software editors to create new applications and to get the most out of the VDOM technology.