This is the easiest way to create a new project with the latest version of the Framework. Just select the type of application you would like to create along with the language, build system, test framework, and features you would like to include. You can download a new project with the provided configuration by selecting “Generate Project.”
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The Micronaut Gitter channel is an open forum for general questions and discussion about the Framework. Community members are encouraged to use this forum when seeking technical support around a question that is likely to involve a discussion.
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- Ensure technical innovation and advancement of the Micronaut framework as a free and open public-use software development toolkit for a growing global community
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About the Framework
Get answers to frequently asked questions about the Micronaut framework.
Discover how the Micronaut framework enables innovators worldwide to build modular, easily testable microservices and serverless applications.
Object Computing, Inc. is proud to be home to the Micronaut framework. Visit our team page to get to know the architects and engineers who developed the Framework and spend their careers supporting and maturing it.
Contributing to the Project
Everyone who contributes to the project is asked to review and sign our CLA before getting started.
Interested in contributing your skills to enhancing the Framework? Join the Gitter Community and let us know. The Micronaut development team can provide guidance on how best to tackle a particular problem, collaborate on implementation ideas, and discuss the semantics or scope of a proposed change.
Visit the Micronaut project on GitHub.
The Micronaut project uses GitHub Issues to report and track bugs, feature enhancements, and new features.
If you’re uncertain about whether or not a particular behavior represents a bug or if a particular feature exists and would like to discuss it before submitting the request, the Gitter channel is a good forum to discuss the topic.
The best way to make a feature request is to complete this form.
If you’ve come across something you think might be a bug, but you’re not sure if you should submit a formal issue, feel free to bring it up in our discussion board.
We want our documentation to be clear and easy to follow for users worldwide. Please don’t hesitate to help us make improvements, fix typos or broken language, clarify complicated sections, add new material, and anything else you feel will be helpful to other Micronaut users.
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We respectfully ask that community members adhere to a simple set of guidelines to ensure that everyone participating in the community and the project, whether as a contributor, a user, or an interested bystander, feels welcome and supported.
Troubleshooting & Support
You can ask technical questions and get guidance regarding specific programming problems on Stack Overflow.
The Micronaut development team makes a priority of monitoring this channel. If you have a specific technical question, post your question to Stack Overflow using the #micronaut or #micronaut-data tag.
Questions posed on Stack Overflow generally have specific answers; if you’re looking to discuss a broader topic, join us on Gitter.
Object Computing, Inc. offers live, instructor-led training workshops designed to help your team quickly master the Framework. All workshops are developed and taught by members of the core Micronaut development team.
Open-enrollment courses are offered periodically throughout the year; these are a great, cost-effective option for organizations that have an immediate need to train a small number of employees, as well as for individuals looking to boost their skills.
Custom training engagements tailored to meet your team’s unique needs are also available. These can be conducted online, at your location, or in Object Computing’s training lab in St. Louis, Missouri.
You can order a specific number of support hours directly from the Object Computing website.
If you need additional assistance, request a complimentary consultation to find out if you could benefit from a customized support package comprising consulting, team augmentation, whole project outsourcing, or other services.
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