In this tutorial, we explain how you can integrate our webservices within your application. After you follow this tutorial, you will known how to use our REST API and how you can improve your application using our data.
This tutorial gets you started with a development environment that allows you to create applications using our infrastructural code. After you follow the steps contained in this tutorial, you may go further and start creating your own applications.
In this tutorial, you are guided in the initial steps to build an application and run it. After you follow this tutorial, you will understand how applications integrate in our code infrastructure, and you will have a running application.
In this tutorial, we explain how the DML works and how FenixFramework parses it to generate relational code for you. After you follow this tutorial, you will know how to write DML and how the generated code binds to your software code.
In this tutorial, we explain how you should proceed if you want to contribute to our source code base. After you follow this tutorial, you will know how to fork one of our projects, keep your fork code synced with the original repository code base, and make pull requests that will allow our team to integrate your contributions in the main codebase.
In this tutorial, you learn how to make a release of your software. After you follow the tutorial, you will known the necessary steps to share a production-ready version of your code with the other developers.
In this tutorial, we explain how you can expose your module functionalities using a REST API. After you follow this tutorial, you will have basic understanding on how REST works and you will known how to use the Bennu infrastructure provided to ease exposing your module functionalities with REST-based web-services.
This tutorial walks you through the necessary steps to install FenixEdu™ in a local machine. After you follow this tutorial, you will have your own installation of FenixEdu in your local machine up and running.