Well as you know Entando version 3.2 was launched on the web and therefore as each new version it is necessary to review all the technical documentation.
The development team is in the process to complete this process and is has already releasing the most important document to permit you to start developing using this new version.
So click here to access the Entando Wiki page on GitHub.
At the moment available documents are (I changed the order of the list of documents to try to follow a logical order that seems most consistent for me )
- Setup a Java development environment for the Entando Platform
This document explains how to setup a development environment for Java developers. Those who are approaching "Entando" for the first time will find all the software needed in the first place to run, and then a few configuration hints to develop on the Entando platform.
- The Entando Model
This is an overall view of the model of the platform. Users, Groups, Contents etc. are introduced from an high level perspective, without going too deep in the subject.
- Entando: an unexpected journey. Or, my portal from scratch.
This guide shows how to create a new portal from scratch in minutes.
- Pattern for application services creation and integration
This developers-oriented document shows the way and the conventions adopted to create Application Services in the Entando core.
- Plugin Pattern
This guide explains how to create applications services in form of Entando plugins.
- Entando Rest API Engine
This guide shows how to implement a REST based service
- Build an Entando portal
The material contained in this page resumes some of the concepts already seen in the Entando Model, to deepen subjects such as Pages, Contents and Widgets; the aim is to provide quick information to build a portal.
- Entando in production: how to prepare a server, how to deploy your Entando based application
This step-by-step guide shows to system or network administrators how to setup a basic server where to deploy your project.
- Migration from Entando 3.0 to 3.2
This step by step guide shows the procedure to port the core of your Entando 3.0 installation to version 3.2