The following key principles allowed Casimir to be flexible
Casimir's key pieces—modules, services, blocks—are implemented as individual Node.js packages with external dependencies. So, as with a constructor, you first take pieces to build details and then build functional blocks from them—all to create a portal fast.
Instead of the static data model, Casimir offers the flexibility of dynamic data structures. An entity, such as a project, user, or user group has a minimal set of default characteristics expressed as its parameters. You can add any characteristics on top of that to create custom entities fitting your business goals. And you always have easy access to all your data structures from the admin panel in your portal.
Casimir allows you to aggregate multiple entities into composite ones, which is useful when creating custom scenarios.
Independent of the Casimir base modules and entities, you can abstract away your idea into something completely different and tailored specifically to your goals. That's what makes Casimir so good for the creator economy, where you can create and lead any custom project for science research, new tech, music, film script, and more.