Also the PostgreSQL database.
For ORM ,API and database i know things pretty much .Most of the things are coded in BaseModel and other server side files
like model.py ,orm.py and fields.py . That clears how framework works with python and PostgreSQL.
<field name="name"/> it will add text input element view ,so how odoo identify that behavior of field tag is such that it adds a text input .
or other example :
When i create a record in ir.ui.view is adds different view in odoo. So how i can understand the behavior of this concept.
what if i want customization at level where i need to change behavior of this element to meet the client needs.or introduce some new elements.
If i want to understand odoo framework from the perspective of a native language developer like java or C# .where would i find suitable documentation.Or if documentation is not there, so what things should i be looking in odoo source code to understand this things,.
like your query will try to keep my reponse clear n specific ;)
-> regarding views everything is rendered from xml templates which could be found web/static/src/xml/base.xml and base_common.xml, etc...(mostly in web module only)
Now there are seperate jquery(backbone) classes created for different kinds of views which could be found at web/static/src/js/views/tree_view.js(for tree view) or form_view.js(for form view), etc(graph_view.js, list_view.js,....)....
and more of it on "how odoo works", its functionality like save/editing of data, sessions manipulations, models(classes) , registry, and other common utilities can be found at web/static/src/js/framework/
in brief i can say the answer for most your query regarding "Web Framework" could be found here in "web" module... explore it and you can hit the odoo client end very easily...
Hope it will give u some reference to your query..
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