To fully appreciate these models you will have to understand The Webel «!wrapper» @Components and «!analysis» @Interfaces recipe and study the Webel UML recipe for PHP: Notes: modelling policies, conventions, tips, which you will find associated with some diagrams. But don't hesitate to just dive in and examine these diagrams and UML model elements, as there are rich educational comments and remarks in the diagram to guide your journey !
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