Use readable code with the Fluent API

Fluent API is a way of implementing object oriented API in a way that it provides readable code. A fluent interface is normally implemented by using method chaining to relay the instruction context of a subsequent call (Wikipedia:Fluent Interface Design). Each line of code does a task oriented operation.

The Fluent API is built on top of the standard API. It is another layer, which can be described as a wrapper of the all manager classes that a developer would usually use in order to create content, pages, classification units or users. Its main purpose is to simplify the development.

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