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Welcome to averos getting started tutorial for citizen developers !

This tutorial is exclusively dedicated to citizen developers and will walk you through basics steps of creating a web application using averos designer.
It is assumed that you have basic Unified Modeling Language (UML) design knowledge so that you understand the design that you are going to make.
Nevertheless, if you have not any knowledge of UML, you still can create your application if you carefully follow all the details in this tutorial.

In this tutorial you will be taken through key steps of creating a basic web application named ToDoApplication where you will build a ToDo tracking application that stores and manages Tasks you need to achieve into seperate Domains.

By the end of this tutorial you will aqcuire solid knowledge about how averos designer is used in order to rapidly create applications and will be able to leverage all averos framework features and capabilities to barge your way, as a citizen developer, into the creation of cutting edge web applications in no time.

πŸ”– Please note that averos framework is fully described in the Documentation section.

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I. Overview

Before starting the creation of our application let us have a high level view regarding how averos designer is used in building web applications.
Creating a web application with averos designer is only 3 steps away:

  1. Design
  2. Validate
  3. Generate

You will be able to execute all these steps without having any technical knowledge whatsoever.

Still, you will need to configure and deploy your application so that you’ll be able to see what it looks like.
These two additional steps, usually requires technical knowledge.
Don’t worry however, for the sake of this tutorial, you are going to configure, deploy and run your application without having the need to have any technical background.
More on this later.

So, how about we start our journey ?

Let’s go!