Getting Started

Skyve Foundry

Not a developer?

Skyve Foundry is a point-and-click online builder anyone can use - create and deploy apps in minutes without any coding or development knowledge!

Then advance with Skyve Studio to use the full-power of Skyve no-code capabilities.

With built-in support for teaming and collaboration, Foundry and Studio combine to allow non-coders to fully engage in agile enterprise-scale development with hard-core development teams.

Skyve Foundry is the place to start if you’re new to the Skyve landscape.


Wildcat Conversion

Wildcat conversion is a revolutionary new approach to replacing old and under-performing software. Wildcat Conversion uses automated tools to convert your existing software and data to smart new low-code open-source technology that runs on common devices and browsers, hosted internally or in the cloud.

Transition out of technology or vendor-lock-in with a like-for-like system, or take the step to radically rethink your business processes.


Skyve for Developers

Skyve offers world-leading innovation for developers as a declarative approach to building enterprise-scale applications. Skyve is a light-weight battle-hardened and agile open-source low-code platform for building high-quality enterprise scale applications.

Watch the video below and begin building your first Skyve application in less than 5 minutes.

 

Create your Skyve Project

(We recommend you watch the video first)

Customised project creation. Everything you need to get started.

 
 

GETTING STARTED

Making and Deploying Changes

This video covers making and deploying your first changes.

 

 
 
 

Other “How-To’s”

Changing Ports

How to change JBoss Wildfly and Skyve to use different ports.

 

 
 
 

INTRODUCTION TO STANDARD FEATURES

Using Lists - Part 1

General list features, sorting

 

 
 
 

INTRODUCTION TO STANDARD FEATURES

Using Lists - Part 2

Advanced filters

 

 
 
 

INTRODUCTION TO STANDARD FEATURES

Using Lists - Part 3

Advanced filters

 

 
 
 

INTRODUCTION TO STANDARD FEATURES

Using Lists - Part 4

Advanced filters