We put together some guides to help you get started developing for OMERO. You can also explore example repositories to get a feel for what's possible.
This page summarizes the different aspects of OMERO - clients, server and data model as well as give some example database queries.
This page provides links to the source code and further information on working with it via Git and GitHub and how to build OMERO.
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