Hi,

I asked this question some time ago; are there any plans to create a "Developers Guide" book for FS? A "Reference Guide" would also be useful.

I know the need for "books" is somewhat reduced because of the online documentation and the way the IDE works but some of us do like the ability to read about a topic when not sat at a computer.

Thanks,

Craig.

asked 10 Sep '13, 15:14

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Hi Craig,

I understand. Unfortunately, we are so busy with client work and new feature development these days that we haven't been able to continue on the developer guide. (we've got the reference app and a few sections online). Since we are all engineers, every time we think about what to do next, we always decide to build a new feature instead of writing the developer guide. We'll get back to it at some point but I don't see us getting back to it in the next 2-3 months.

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answered 10 Sep '13, 15:20

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Hi Yalim,

Thanks and I understand; there is no rush but it would be nice to see this sort of documentation becoming available at some point in the future.

Thanks,

Craig.

(11 Sep '13, 04:42) Craig
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