To start development you need to enroll for the developer program first. This will enable your account to use Developer Mode.
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Please take a look at the eLabNext Developer License Agreement, which you will need to sign before publishing your first Add-On.
Once you are enrolled in the developer program and you have access to the SDK development environment (sandbox), you can start with SDK add-on development.
Start by navigating to the Developer tab in My Account to access the developer settings.
Node.js version >= 16 or above (which can be checked by running: node -v).
You can use nvm for managing multiple Node versions on a single machine installed. When installing Node.js, you are recommended to check all checkboxes related to dependencies.
Updated 3 months ago