The file getting-started.txt in the main ucw repository is
the main introduction to UCW.
The getting-started.txt file assumes the reader is
experienced with CLOS and the Meta-Object
Protocol. Felipe Delgado has started an excellent
series of posts that explain UCW and the technologies
it uses for those not as experienced in common
lisp. You can follow along with felideon at ifelipe.net
The Source Code
The source code is the definitive reference for all
things UCW. It is well commented.
Introduction to UCW (video) [OUT OF DATE]
This short movie guides you through the creation of
a simple UCW application.
Creating a Wiki with UCW [OUT OF DATE]
This tutorial shows how to create a simple wiki
using UCW. The source code to the example and the
accompanying tal files are include with ucw
Slides [OUT OF DATE][
Slides from the UCW
talk given at LinuxDay
2004 Pavia (translated from the italian version).
Far More than You Ever Wanted to Know
A long e-mail
conversation which touches on, among other things,
UCW internals, the REST approach and continuations
vs. state machines.
Another long e-mail
which talks about how to structure UCW apps.
Getting help online
UCW developers and users can be found on
the #ucw channel on the freenode.net irc