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The first thing before using Jelix is to create an application. You can create an application manually, but there is an easier way : use createapp command.

In a console, change directory to lib/jelix-scripts, and run:

php jelix.php --myapp createapp

myapp is the name of your application.

createapp create a myapp/ directory, at the same level of lib/ directory. Its content is :

     modules/      modules owned by your application
     plugins/      plugins owned by your application
     var/config/   configuration files of your application
     var/log/      optional log files
     var/themes/   different possible themes of your application
     var/overloads/ will contain different files you will choose to overload from those in your modules
     www/          root of application

You have also a new directory temp/myapp, where all cached files generated by Jelix will be stored.

Now, you have to configure your application before running it. See the documentation about configuration.

If you want to create an administration interface, go to the section Creating an administration interface.