Getting Started with Wakanda

Step 1: « Hello World! »

Ionic 1 or 2

Mobile app

Discover Wakanda workflow for mobile apps

Code your first Mobile App
Angular 1 or 2

Web App

Discover Wakanda workflow for web apps

Code your first Web App

Step 2: Server-side

Server-side: Populate the built-in database

Instead of coding your data class, you can generate them visually.

You design your model, manage relations and security and add methods or events in JavaScript.

You always have the full picture right before your eyes and avoid mistakes !

Populate your DB

Client-side: Bind your data in your angular web app

You can access your datastore from front easily with our angular-wakanda API.

Learn how to display datastore data in your *Hello World* app in a minute !

Bind your data

Step 3: Publish your App

Version control

Now that your are developing your app, you'll have to deploy and push it regularly.

Discover our Git integration.

Push your app

Step 4: Go further

Code your Server-Side Logic

Either you use the Wakanda DB or MySQL, you manage the exposition (locally or via REST API), the events and add methods.

You code your own business logic in modules and reuse them later. Your productivity is increased.

Learn more

Connect your MySQL DB

Wakanda Connectors simplifies the integration to any external DB or Web Services.

A JavaScript Abstract Layer to interact with MySQL DB in JavaScript (No SQL) and all the data exposed via REST API.

Learn more

Manage scalabality

By default, Wakanda handles user sessions.

It ensures the creation and in-memory persistence of session information, the auto-removal of expired sessions, the handling of SSJS session APIs

Learn how