What is Warewolf all about?
Service oriented architecture has finally entered the 21st century. Warewolf allows developers to use a visual, flow-based, drag and drop environment to design and create microservices, and then call those microservices from directly within their applications. The end result is months of programming accomplished in days and a total revolution in how we think about and use the SOA framework.
Who can help?
Everyone! But it really helps if you’re a C# developer, or a WPF expert. You could be recognised as a top contributor, and even get an original Warewolf T-shirt for your contribution.
See the list of open issues and bugs here to get started right away.
Need more info?
Use the Knowledge Base site for:
- Technical Documentation
- Getting started quickly - Branching, building etc.
- Contributing, Pull Requests and more
- Warewolf User Guides
- System Requirements
Release notes are available at http://warewolf.io/release-notes.php
You can download the latest compiled release from https://warewolf.io
Please note that Warewolf is built for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2016. Compiling Warewolf requires at least Visual Studio 2017 with the ".NET desktop development" and "ASP.NET and web development" workloads and the "F# language support" individual component also installed.
License and Software Versions:
Should you have installed the open source version of the Software that version of the Software is subject to this EULA as well as the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License version 3 or later. Please note, however, that as an end user of the Software the provisions of this EULA shall prevail. Should You wish to change or distribute the Software the provisions of the GNU Affero General Public License shall take precedence.