Formance Ledger is a real-time money tracking microservice that lets you model and record complex financial transactions. It offers atomic, multi-posting transactions and is programmable using Numscript, a dedicated DSL (Domain Specific Language) to model and templatize such transactions.
We assume here that the ledger service is running as part of the Formance Platform. If you are running it standalone from source, you will need to adapt the instructions accordingly.
Get your feet wet and an understanding of how Formance Ledger works, by creating your first accounts and transactions to track money movements.
Understand how to use Numscript to track complex money movements, reconcile accounts, and more in this series of focused tutorials.
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Formance Ledger is Open Source
Formance Ledger is Open Source, and we welcome your contributions, whether it's code or working on these very documents. We maintain a welcoming and inclusive community: Join us on GitHub and learn how to get involved.