The XEO framework has very simple concepts and provides a lot of features (using those features is also a simple process), but it requires you to learn how things work. To help with that process we provide a set of documents and samples for you to learn

XEO Wiki - Reference Material
Our main documentation center is the XEO Wiki. In the XEO Wiki you'll find information regarding the basic XEO Concepts, how to create your first XEO Application as well as reference material about the Core and Web Layer of the XEO framework. You'll find the Wiki divided in three parts:

XEO Primer (an introduction to the XEO Framework)
  • XEO Introduction and Basic Concepts
  • XEO Architecture
  • Creating your first XEO Application

  • XEO Core Reference (Reference material about the Core of XEO)
  • XEO Model Options
  • Security and Permissions
  • Java API
  • Business Object Language (BOL - a small language to declare business validation rules)
  • Business Object Query Language (BOQL - An language to query XEO Model instances)
  • Administrating a XEO Application
  • Background Tasks
  • Configuring a XEO Application

  • XEO Web Components Reference (Reference material about the Web Layer of XEO)
  • Web Components Documentation
  • Java Samples
  • Custom Component Creation
  • Component Plugins
  • Internationalization
  • Javascript API

  • In the XEO Wiki you can also find Troubleshooting information and How to deploy a XEO Application in a J2EE Server.

    The overview page shows how a develop a really simple XEO Application ( assuming you have already setup a project) to give you a grasp of how easy and simple is to create a web application (with form validation and business logic), using XEO.

    Web Components Demo
    The XEO Web Components is a core component of the XEO Framework and provides several components for you to use (as described in XWC). In this page you can see a list of all components in the XEO Framework, with demos, documentation and sample code.