Welcome to the 4.4.x documentation.
New to ? Start by exploring the arKItect Developer Getting Started. The Getting Started Guide illustrates the First Steps, presents the Developer Environment, shows you how to navigate in projects (see Navigation in the Diagram and Navigation in Projections), how to work with objects and manage variants.
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The arkitect Developer User's Guide is for project managers, experts, system engineers – anyone who uses . Start by exploring the Getting Familiar with arKItect and learning about Workspaces, Projects, Projections and the Internal Block Diagram. Try creating a new project, then add objects and flows, navigate in the project, manage the diversity of your project and collaborate with your fellows.
New to the creation of meta-models? Theintroduces you to the , shows you how to and . Rules and filters constitute the two cornerstones of your meta-model.
The standard types and projections are not enough for you? The arKItect Designer User's Guide will help you to create rules and filters fit your modeling needs. You will learn how to create types and flows, how to define attributes and create filters on which your projections are based. You will also find out how to change the graphical aspect of objects in order to meet or define your own graphical codes.
The administrator of your projects manages users and workspaces. He can also configure the rights and control the database size. See every detail in the Administrator's Guide.
The Installation Guide is for people who are installing . Check the requirements and supported platforms, then download and install . It is also possible to consult the Release Notes 4.4.0
These resources are for software developers who want to develop their own scripts for . Take a look at the Scripting Documentation and the API documentation. Some additional libraries will help you to develop more complex scripts. You may also try the tutorials for a short example. The interface uses Python 2.7, have a look to its documentation http://docs.python.org/release/2.7/.
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