Nova NextGen is provided "as-is" and doesn't have any support for it. You're free to ask questions in the forums, but understand that Anodyne will not provide walkthroughs and support for Nova NextGen at this time.
Nova NextGen can be run from any web server running PHP 5.5.9 or higher with a MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite database. You can also install Nova NextGen on a local server if you're running one, so long as it has PHP and a database.
http://[yoursite]and you'll be automatically redirected to the Setup Center
nova/bootstrap/cachedirectories (as well as all their sub-directories) writable by the web server (775).
Once Nova NextGen is installed, you'll be re-directed to a basic front page with some links to move around a few different places in the system, including being able to log in and use some of the admin features. In future preview releases, you'll be able to use more of the system as it's built.
Theme developers: The theme structure and supporting tools are pretty much finalized now. As such, you can start to play around with building your themes. You can look through the
nova/resources/views directory to see what's there and read more in the Site Themes overview of the Nova NextGen Vision series.
Extension developers: Basic work has started on extensions and you're able to now create extensions and play around with them. In the future, we'll provide more complete documentation around extension development.
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