Serenity Application Platform
What is Serenity Platform
Serenity is an ASP.NET MVC / TypeScript application platform designed to simplify and shorten development of data-centric business applications with a service based architecture.
It aims to make development easier while reducing maintenance costs by avoiding boiler-plate code, reducing the time spent on repetitive tasks and applying best software design practices.
Documentation and Tutorials
See Serenity Developer Guide at https://www.gitbook.com/book/volkanceylan/serenity-guide for documentation, and step by step tutorials.
Translations of Serenity Developer Guide:
Quick Start with Serene
The easiest and fastest way to get your hands dirty on Serenity is by using a sample application template (Serene) from Visual Studio Gallery at https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/559ec6fc-feef-4077-b6d5-5a99408a6681
You can also install it directly from Visual Studio, by entering File -> New -> Project -> Online and searching for SERENE.
Serene source code is available in its own repository at https://github.com/volkanceylan/serene.
Online Serene Demo
http://serenedemo.azurewebsites.net/ [alternative one from @samdubey]
Contribute / Spread the Word
You may contribute to the project by opening a pull request, adding documentation, sample source code, asking a question or suggesting an improvement etc. Just open an issue here with relevant links.
Please help spread the word by posting in blogs, forums, social media, starring project in GitHub, or reviewing the Serene extension in VSGallery.
Serenity is a free and open source project with MIT licence, which permits usage in commercial applications.
If Serenity was helpful to you, please consider donating to keep Serenity alive and moving forward.
Paid support options are available from the author and a team of Serenity professionals. Contact us for details.
Video Tutorials (thanks a lot to @samdubey for these contributions)
Serenity Youtube Channel:
Introduction to Serene:
Setting up Continuous Deployment on Microsoft Azure for Serenity Applications:
Serenity Application Deployment to Microsoft Azure: