Map to the documentation
The links below are the main entry points to the Nuxeo online documentation.
The Nuxeo platform is powerful and provides a lot of functionalities, which can be overwhelming at first. To make it easier to get started, we suggest you first look at the following documents:
Nuxeo provides several packaged modules based on the platform, that can be installed very easily and configured to fit your document management, social features, digital asset management or case management needs. You can learn more about those modules reading their user guides:
Install & Setup
As a systems administrator, you certainly value an application that can be easily deployed, managed using your usual tools, and that is easy to connect to your existing RDMS or identity management system:
Customize & Configure
As a developer, you need to get the big picture, but also the nitty-gritty details of how to get things done with the Nuxeo platform. Here are the main pointers:
To go further and deep-dive into the technology, you can learn how the platform is built, its principle, extension capabilities and services. We have designed the platform to offer an unmatched level of flexibility and extensibility.
Several minds are better than just one to solve a problem:
ECM is a serious business and many Nuxeo customers are using our software to build critical applications. If you want to develop or deploy a Nuxeo-based application in your organization, we suggest you look at the support options that we provide:
The Nuxeo open-source project
Nuxeo is a real open source project. Our development process is transparent, and we welcome contribution to the project:
For many people, text documentation is not enough and should be complemented by multimedia resources. Here are pointers to slides and videos that you will certainly enjoy watching: