Our documentation is in a constant state of evolution but we are trying very hard to make it as useful and complete as possible.  

See Across in action

Presentation given at Devoxx Belgium in November 2017.

How to get started

The easiest way to get started is actually generating a project using the Across Initializr and then playing around with it. 

If you're into deep dives, reading the actual reference documentation of Across core is probably a good next step.  But here are some specific links for helping you out:

There a couple of guides and tutorials to help you get started.  In the nearby future, you can expect this list to grow.

Frequently Asked Questions

The FAQ page lists a number of common questions grouped by category. It's a different approach to start exploring some of the core documentation.

Staying up-to-date

Check this site regularly for updates as links to updates, news, tutorials etc will be added here in the future.

You can also follow us on Twitter: 

Getting in touch

If you don't find the answer to your specific question in either the documentation or the FAQ, there's a couple of ways to reach out:

Stack Overflow

Please use Stack Overflow for posting technical questions.  There is no fixed tag yet, but if you can do so, add the #across tag to your question as our team is actively monitoring that one. 

Across has not been public for very long yet, so it takes some time to build up a set of Q&A on Stack Overflow. We really support doing so however. So if you have a question, post it there and then drop us a line with the reference to the question so we can have a look at it sooner.

Issue tracker

For bug reports or feature requests, the issue tracker is obviously the place to be.  Every module usually has its own issue tracker, so when possible, please find and use the specific one via the modules overview.

More general questions or feature requests can be filed as a Question issue type.


If you just have a general enquiry or want to inform us of something (for example you've written a blog), just notify us on Twitter.