To create an app scope that runs on the Akula Server, start by defining the directory structure of the AKZ file. AKZ files are archives that you deploy to your Akula Server so that clients can access them. In un-exploded format, the AKZ file can be thought of as an Akula app scope project.
For information about building client-side applications that connect to app scopes and use the Akula libraries, see Using the Akula SDKs.
This section describes the following topics:
- Akula Project Structure
- Using Routes
- Using Modules
- Using App Properties
- Using Macros
- Working With Input Messages
- Building and Deploying AKZ Files
- Creating AKZ Files Using Maven
- Deploying a Production App Scope
- Using Endpoints
- Splitting Endpoint Data