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Tutorials

Each of the tutorials below provides a step by step examination and walkthrough of a specific Fn feature or component. Check back soon as new tutorials are being added regularly.

Introduction to Fn

Before deploying your first function, you need to install the Fn cli and start an Fn Server.

Now that the Fn Server is up and running, you can deploy your first function. Select your preferred language:

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Test and Monitor Functions

Orchestrate with Fn Flow

Fn Flow provides a way to orchestrate functions to build sophisticated applications, initially using Java, and soon with other programming languages.

  • Flow 101
  • Flow 102
  • Fn Flow Saga - In this tutorial you will use Fn Flow to implement a Java travel booking system that leverages functions written in a variety of languages.