The prime radiant is the main tool used when creating Normalized Systems. It is implemented as a meta-circular web interface. The prime radiant is used to define the data model of an application. This section details how to install the prime radiant, upgrade it, and how to build applications with it.
First, we need to install the prime radiant. Install it, start it up, and feel free to look around.
- Installing and maintaining the Prime Radiant
- Starting and stopping
- The folder structure:
- Deploying an application into the Prime Radiant
Further documentation for the Prime Radiant can be found here.
An alternative way to develop models is using the NS Modeler. The up-to-date documentation for the NS modeler can be found at https://modeler.stars-end.net, as it is currently in active development.