Help & Documentation
Just because it is open source doesn’t mean it is not supported or well
documented. Browse through this section as we continue to add
documentation on basic and advanced features of Crux-O-Matic.
Note: if you haven’t gone through our getting started section we highly recommend that you go through it once.
Getting started Guide
In this article we take you through the basic five steps
of getting the latest source code for crux-o-matic, configuring it and
setting up you development environment so that you can start
working on Crux-O-Matic
Getting Started With Crux-O-Matic Source Code
This article shows you how you can get your Crux-O-Matic environment
up and running where you can compile and build a version of
Crux-O-Matic and run it from within your development environment.
The Basic Crux-O-Matic User Interface and out of the box features
In this article we take you through the overall user interface and the very basic functionality
that Crux-O-Matic comes with out of the box. Here we take the first step towards
customizing Crux-O-Matic and building on top of it.
Building a CRUD screen with CruxOMatic Scaffolder
CruxOMatic comes with an inbuilt CRUD Generation tool that
you can use to quickly generate CRUD screens using your
LINQ to SQL (DBML) file. In this article we show how
we build a Stock Application which Accept Product Information.