In KnitbITs, Information Dynamics implements
guidelines and specifications from the World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C). The most prominent of such 'standards' are:
- eXtended Mark-up Language (XML)
- eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT)
- Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
- Resource Description Format (RDF)
- web services.
An interaction annex state orientation is the software engineering principle for KnitbITs. Generalized as behavior, both traditional data and process emerge - exhibiting aspects of content and form - from patterned interaction/state components.
KnitbITs merges with agent technology.
See for the design perspective underlying KnitbITs as a web services application: The logical model of web services in KnitbITs. Another conceptual perspective determines how relationships are constructively established as a kind of objects, too. See The two-fold variety of nodes in KnitbITs.
KnitbITs is operated from a browser interface.
Server components are developed with .NET C#.