Horus for Developers
Support for Theses and Educational Projects
In the scope of our cooperation with international education facilities, we are providing the code of our Horus Business Modeler and all of our other tools to students who are attending one of our Endeavor partner universities for their theses or internships.
This is how you can access the Horus code:
|Horus Business Modeler|
1. Request for GIT accountYou can request an account by sending an email to email@example.com with a brief description of who you are and why you need access to the code. An account with appropriate access rights will then be created for you.
2. Download Horus Documentations.Once you obtain a GIT account, you will have access to a number of documentations about various code aspects and development tools for Horus. all documents can be accessed using a browser.
The document ‘HBM-DevelopmentEnvironment.docx’ serves as the starting point; it describes how to set up Eclipse, get the Horus source code, and run Horus in the development environment. Other documentations describe how to set up a local database and local server, how to work with different code artifacts such as meta models, and how to use various auxiliary tools for performance and usability studies.
In case of any questions or problems during development, please feel free to contact us.
| The code for our other products (e.g. Horus 3.0 and Horus Community Portal) is available in another GIT repository. A direct access to the code is usually only provided for users within our corporate network. However, under certain circumstances, we can share the code and documentations with endeavor developers.|
In case you need access to the code for these products, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description of who you are and why you need the code, and we will discuss a proper way to share the code and documentations with you.