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 * Hello World 2
 * AModules3 may provide multiple different Api classes you can use. At the moment of writing it
 * have only 2 usable Api clasess:
 *   ApiStd
 *   ApiAdmin
 * All api clases are inherited from ApiBase. It's up to you which Api you are using. ApiAdmin would
 * allow you to use pre-defined templates, it would allow you to use many existing controls for
 * building administration or control system. ApiStd is more lightweight and allows you to do
 * things your way. Here we'll demonstrate how to use ApiStd.
 * All classes work with template system which is specially designed for the library needs: SMlite.
 * For SMlite introduction, read doc/SMlite-introduction.txt
 * In this example we will be using template file: "hw". This file by default is searched inside
 * "template" subdirectory. 
 * When you initialize API class you have to specify "realm". It's important to have unique realm
 * for each installation of your application on your server. Otherwise application may accidentaly
 * share the same session variables. If you want those application to be "under the same roof",
 * I guess you can use equal realms. 'hw' is a suitable realm for this application. I don't suggest
 * to use spaces or anything else except characters, digits, underscopes and dashes. 
 * And final note - you do not need to include any classes. They are automatically included when
 * you use them, this is a feature of PHP5. Class Foo_Bar will be searched inside file Foo/Bar.php.
 * See inline comments

include '../../trunk/loader.php';
 * loader.php includes static.php file automatically. It is going to define some static functions
 * such as low level for error handling: exception visualiser, backtrack generator and handlers.
 * If you are willing to customize any of those functions, all you have to do is to define them
 * BEFORE you include loader.php. By doing this you could:
 *  - disable error output for production systems,
 *  - make custom erorr reporting framework, for instance you can log them into syslog
 *  or send through jabber,
 *  - customize default behavor of class->filename translation by redefining __autoload function.

$api = new ApiWeb('hw2');
 * I suggest using $api for Api class. Nowhere in the library we reference any global variables, but
 * if we all use $api, we'll maintain a common style.
 * For an application you'll have to initialize it. There are two ways:
 *  - create your own Api class, redefine init() method (if you use ApiAdmin, you should redefine
 *  initAdmin())
 *  - use default class, initialize right after you "new" it.
 *  if you redefine init() call parent::init() BEFORE doing anything.
 * ApiWeb::init() does the following
 *  - initialize session
 *  - send headers
 *  - put _GET['page'] into $api->page
 * ApiAdmin::init()
 *  - calls ApiBase::init()
 *  - tries to load config.php
 *  - defines DTP (database table prefix)
 *  - sets up $api->config['layout'] if it wasn't defined
 *  - initializes Api's template
 *  - creates Index page which is default
 * We use ApiWeb for simple applications like 'Hello World' :)

$api->template = $api->add('SMlite')->loadTemplate('hw');   // using file templates/hw.html
 * Here we assign template to our application. This template is a "generic" one. You have to
 * define several regions inside this generic template like:
 *  - page title
 *  - page content region
 *  - optionally menu region or sidebar regions
 * In our hw template we will have title region and content region. Our primary task would
 * be to fill those regions with dynamic data.
 * You might feel an urge to rename templates into .tpl, but i advise to use .html files. There is
 * a reason for that. SMlite is designed to allow you to leave the look of the page the same even
 * after you insert the tags. When using other template engines, you won't be able to look
 * on your template through browser once you start using it inside your application. Not in our
 * case, you will be able to look at the templates and even edit them. You can allow your designer
 * to edit them even if he is not aware of SMlite tags being in there, he'll be able to make
 * modifications and see them on-site right after the change. That's why I suggest you to preserve
 * .html extention.

$api->template->set('page_title','Hello world application');
$api->template->set('page_content','Dynamic Hello world ('.rand().')');
 * This is a simple way to "fill regions" inside your api template. Assign them to string.

 * main() does the submited form handling and rendering

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