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Information roadmap for Zowe Client SDKs

Information roadmap for Zowe Client SDKs

This roadmap outlines information resources that are applicable to the various user roles who are interested in Zowe Client Software Development Kits (SDKs) which is a Zowe component still under development. These resources provide information about various subject areas, such as learning basic skills, installation, developing, and troubleshooting for Zowe Client SDKs.

The following definition of skill levels about Zowe will help you gather most relevant resources for you.

  • Beginner: You're starting out and want to learn the fundamentals.
  • Intermediate: You have some experience but want to learn more in-depth skills.
  • Advanced: You have lots of experience and are looking to learn about specialized topics.


Zowe skill level: Beginner


Zowe skill level: Beginner

  • System requirements

    Review this topic to ensure that your system meets the requirements for installing Zowe Client SDKs.

  • Installing Zowe SDK

    Follow the steps to install Zowe SDKs. You can pull the packages from an online registry, or download the packages from to install locally.

Using Zowe Client SDKs#

Zowe skill level: Intermediate

Zowe Node.js SDK#

Zowe Python SDK#

Contributing to Zowe Client SDKs#

Zowe skill level: Advanced

  • Contributing guidelines

    This document is a summary of guidelines for development within Zowe SDKs. You can contribute to add features, enhancements, and bug fixes to the source code.

Troubleshooting and support#

  • Sumit an issue

    If you have an issue that is specific to Zowe SDKs, you can submit an issue against the zowe-cli repo.

Community resources#

  • Slack channel

    Join the #zowe-cli Slack channel to ask questions about Zowe CLI and Zowe SDKs, propose new ideas, and interact with the Zowe community.

  • Zowe CLI squad meetings

    You can join one of the Zowe CLI squad meetings to discuss Zowe SDKs issues and contibute to Zowe SDKs.

  • Zowe Blogs on Medium

    Read a series of blogs about Zowe on Medium to explore use cases, best practices, and more.

  • Community Forums

    Look for discussion on Zowe topics on the Open Mainframe Project Community Forums.