Commit 6e9fa8fe authored by Sandrine Ribeau's avatar Sandrine Ribeau
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[doc] Adjust TOC for this particular chapter to get the content and not list of links.

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.. -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
Creation of your first instance
What is an instance?
A `CubicWeb` instance is a directory in ``~/etc/cubicweb.d``
which enables us to run a web application. An instance is based on
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What is a cube?
A cube defines entities, their views, their schems and workflows
in an independant directory located in ``/path/to/forest/cubicweb/cubes/``.
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Create a cube
Let's start by creating the cube environment in which we will develop ::
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not properly work otherwise).
Instance creation
Now that we created our cube, we can create an instance to view our
application in a web browser. To do so we will use a `all-in-on`
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Usage of `cubicweb-liveserver`
To quickly test a new cube, you can also use the script `cubicweb-liveserver`
which allows to create an application in memory (use of SQLite database by
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.. _MiseEnPlaceEnv:
Installation and set-up of a `CubicWeb` environment
.. contents::
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
.. include:: 03-01-installation.en.txt
.. include:: 03-02-create-instance.en.txt
.. include:: 03-03-cubicweb-ctl.en.txt
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