Although this tutorial guides you through all the Spiderwiz features, obviously it cannot cover every nuance and answer every question. If you need more information, and once you start with serious Spiderwiz-based development you certainly will, here are few recommendations.
The first place to go is of course the Javadoc. Start by reading the API Overview, then look into the Additional Resources that are listed in the Overview page. They contain invaluable information that is not linked directly to classes and methods and therefore is easily missed.
Read our blog posts. They will widen your vision and may help you to get the most out of the framework in directions that you have not thought about.
If you have any comments, questions, requests and bug reports that may be of interest to other users, post a comment in the relevant lesson or here. Comments are regulated so make sure your comments are to the point and do not include anything that might be suspicious as spam, and, at least for your first comment, do not include any links.
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And finally, help us build a community. Beyond the benefits that every open source community grants to its members, Spiderwiz is about interfacing, and the more applications that use the interface – the greater the value is for each application. Tell your friends and colleagues about it and encourage them to participate and contribute.
Let’s all advance together the Spiderwiz Vision.