Difficulty: Beginner
Estimated Time: 25 Minutes

The definition of each step of this tutorial can be found at https://github.com/devonfw-tutorials/tutorials/tree/main/JumpTheQueue.

Feel free to report any errors to us or fix them yourself. Errors can be reported by creating an issue in the tutorials repository. To fix the error fork the repository and create a pull request. Errors in the wiki can be reported and fixed in the tutorial-compiler repository. You can find a description of what to look for when creating a pull request at the devonfw contribution guide: https://devonfw.com/website/pages/community/community.html#community.asciidoc_contributing-to-devonfw. If you want to create a tutorial you can start with the katacoda tutorial and read the description for creating your own tutorials: https://github.com/devonfw-tutorials/tutorials/wiki/Development.

Jump The Queue is a small application based on the devonfw framework, which you can create yourself by following our simple step-by-step tutorial. By doing so, you will learn about the app development workflow and gain insight into the design of a professional business information system.



  • User should have Java, Angular development experience


Learning goals

  • After completing this tutorial, you will have learned about a devonfw sample application Jump-The-Queue and its architecture.

More information about Jump The Queue on https://github.com/devonfw/jump-the-queue

Jump start an end-to-end devonfw sample application.

Step 1 of 4

Clone the repository https://github.com/devonfw/jump-the-queue.git

First, clone the Jump-The-Queue Repository.

Please change the folder to 'devonfw/workspaces/main'.

cd devonfw/workspaces/main

Now clone the repository to your local directory.

git clone https://github.com/devonfw/jump-the-queue.git