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Revision as of 20:13, 10 March 2015


OX App Suite UI Development

This page contains all the information you need to get started with UI development.

This covers how-to articles including server communication, extension points and how to write widgets, applications and plugins:

Frontend development articles

Groupware Server customization

Programming Interfaces

  • The HTTP API is used by the Open-Xchange GUI and various 3rd party applications. It consists mainly of messages in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) sent over HTTP. Here is a general Introduction to the HTTP API.
  • Provisioning API to access the Open-Xchange Admin Daemon
    • The RMI API is used for data provisioning of Contexts, Users, Groups and Resources as well as for configuring Databases, Filestores and OX Servers. It is currently split into two parts,
    • The Open-Xchange CLT are shell scripts that simplify groupware and service administration
    • Create contexts/users with with Csv_import
    • Provisioning using SOAP
  • The Oxmapi is a windows library for programmers needed to communicate with the OX server
  • Open-Xchange Mail Abstraction Layer
  • The Plugin API for extending the GUI is described in two documents: an overview and the reference
  • UDPPush Open-Xchange PUSH Interface for Groupware Objects

Testing and QA



Installation based on source code



  • [AppSuite:ISV_Mockups_Wireframes|Create Open-Xchange AppSuite Mockups / Wireframes]]