The documentation comes from the Markdown files in the source code, so is always up-to-date but available only in English. Enjoy!
Signum Framework is an Open Source framework from Signum Software for writing data-centric applications over the latest technologies from Microsoft (.Net Core, C#, ASP.Net Web.API and Typescript in their latest versions) and web standard libraries (React, Bootstrap and D3). It uses either Microsoft SQL Server or PostgreSQL to store data.
The main focus of the framework is being able to write vertical modules (database tables, entities, logic and React UI components) that can be shared between projects.
It provides a consistent model for N-layer architectures by moving the entities to the very center of your solution using Signum.Entities.
Our cutting-edge ORM, Signum.Engine, has a full LINQ Providers that avoids N + 1 problem and lets you UPDATE / DELETE / INSERT entities without having to retrieve them first.
Signum.React let you write a Single Page Application using React, Bootstrap and TypeScript.
Check some of the features of Signum Framework in Southwind, a Northwind port running in Azure.
Set of modules that complements Signum Framework like Authorization, Charting, Dashboards, Mailing, Processes, Scheduled Tasks, Disconnected, User Queries...
Check the different modules in https://www.signumsoftware.com/es/Extensions
Signum Framework doesn't use any numeric versioning, since is distributed as source code we just use Git commit hashes.
Whenever there are big changes worth to mention, we typicaly write it in the related commit. Here is the list of the relevant changes: