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WebFast! DEV

WebFast! is a lightweight, model-based framework developed by Hybrid Institute. It is designed for individuals who are interested in building no-code/low-code solutions and prefer an easy-to-setup development environment.


WebFast! provides a flexible and intuitive platform for creating web applications without the need for extensive coding. It empowers users to leverage a model-based approach, making it accessible to a broader audience, including those with limited coding experience.

Telegram Community Group

Join the WebFast! Telegram Community for quick questions and further discussion of development of the webFast! Framework.


  • Lightweight: Keep your projects streamlined with a minimalistic approach.
  • Model-Based: Design and structure your applications using a model-driven paradigm.
  • No-Code/Low-Code: Build powerful applications with ease, even if you have limited coding experience.
  • Easy to Setup: Get started quickly with a straightforward setup process.

Getting Started


  • Node.js: Make sure you have Node.js installed. You can download it from nodejs.org.


  1. Clone the repository:

    git clone https://github.com/ThePhotoCodeGrapher/webfast.git
  2. Navigate to the project directory:

    cd WebFast!
  3. Install dependencies:

    npm install
  4. Configure the port:

    • The default port is set to 1221 and can be changed in the file /modules/express/init.js. Open this file and modify the PORT variable according to your preference.
  5. Start the development server:

    npm start
  6. Open your browser and visit http://localhost:1221/api to explore the dynamically structured API endpoints based on your modules in /modules/express/routes.

    • Example Endpoint Structure:
      • /api/example/link (from link.get.js in /modules/express/example)
      • /api/example/{FOLDER_NAME}/{FILE_OR_FOLDER_NAME} (based on your project structure)


We welcome contributions from the community. If you'd like to contribute to WebFast!, please follow our contribution guidelines.


Generator Module

The generator module is an object-based component of WebFast! that allows you to extend the functionality based on your specific requirements. This module will be automatically executed, taking into account its dependencies.


  • express.app: This module is a prerequisite for the generator module.


The generator module exports an object with the following structure:

module.exports = {
    dependOn: ['express.app'],
    name: 'generator',
    run: function (program, name) {
        console.log(`Running ${name}`);

        // Here we can do whatever like grab modules for generator and represent them here

## Important Note on Including WebFast

When integrating WebFast into your project, consider the following instructions:

// If you want to set up your own paths, add "paths: true" when requiring WebFast. 
// This will prompt WebFast to look for specific folders within your project directory.

const program = require('webfast')({
    paths: true,
    path: __dirname

In this configuration:

The paths: true option instructs WebFast to search for specific folders within the project directory.

The path: __dirname parameter sets the base directory for WebFast, where it will look for the following essential folders:

bots ejs routes Within these folders, you can establish a dynamic setup, as exemplified in the module itself.

## program.modules.dependOn
example : 

module.exports = { dependOn: ['express.app','modules.data'], name: '{UNIQUE_NAME}', run: async function (program, name,functions) { }, functions : { } }

To add an dependOn function

program.modules.dependOn({REQUIRE},program,{UNIQUE_NAME}-sync,function(){ console.log(Depend On CallBack); });

Feature where youo can add a special frame for multiple views through telegram without reloading

await web.fast.telegram(frame).set(id,https://${window.location.hostname}/concepts/esimco/package#${id},async function(id){ console.log(Clicked Close,id); const frame = jQuery([wbfst-frame="${id}"]); console.log(The Frame,frame); jQuery(frame).animate({ opacity:0 }, 600,function(){ jQuery(this).remove(); });


## License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the [LICENSE](LICENSE) file for details.

## Contact

For questions or feedback, please feel free to [contact me on LinkedIn](https://linkedin.com/in/kaigartner). You can also reach out to me on Instagram: [@kaigartner](https://instagram.com/kaigartner).


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