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New Documentation Website

Welcome to our new documentation website for Magic Cloud.

New Documentation Website – Aista

Welcome to our new documentation website for Magic Cloud. Hopefully this new structure will make it easier for you to find the relevant documentation you are looking for. This site is hosted by GitHub, and we created our own custom Jekyll Theme for it, which you are free to use as you see fit for your own needs, since we released the theme to the public under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4 license, allowing you to use it for free as long as you keep the backlink to our site. To navigate the documentation use the hamburger menu in the top right corner of the page.

New Documentation Website – Aista

Guest bloggers wanted

Got something to say about Magic Cloud, Aista, Automation or Low-Code? Fork our documentation project, create a new article (or 2), create a pull request – At which point we might pull it in, assuming it’s high quality, and doesn’t provide (too many) shameless plugs, aka self promotional parts. One or two links to your own stuff is OK, but please keep things civil.

New Documentation Website – Aista

If you are new to Magic, this is probably where you want start out learning both Hyperlambda and Magic. These tutorials guides you through everything you need to know, one concept at the time. The tutorials are intended to be followed as hands on exercises, from top to bottom, and it is assumed you’ve got access to a Magic server somehow, either locally installed, or some other place allowing you to play around with Hyperlambda and its dashboard. However, the first “getting started” tutorial will help you install Magic locally on your development machine if needed. Getting started with Magic and Hyperlambda Automatically generate a CRUD Web API Use SQL to create a Web API Hyperlambda Hello World HTTP invocations with Hyperlambda Sending emails with Hyperlambda Registration and authentication Expressions, slots, and nodes Looping and branching in Hyperlambda Authentication and Authorisation Hyperlambda and Web Sockets