This page has not been fleshed out yet - but there are a significant number of kamaelia tutrorials now. Given the website is being renovated/improved, that's why this page exists :-)

For the moment, please take a look at:

The MiniAxon tutorial - build your own Kamaelia Core. (ie "How can that really work?")

An tutorial regarding how to go from normal code to componentised code. (ie "how do I write a component")

A collection of tutorial presentations on slideshare.


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