3. The Basics

In the next chapters, you’ll learn about the basic concepts of Medusa that are central in your development.

By the end of these chapter, you’ll be able to:

  • Expose your custom functionalities through endpoints.
  • Create custom modules that define custom business logic.
  • Create custom data models.
  • Execute scripts when the Medusa application starts.
  • Perform asynchronus actions when an event occurs.
  • Run tasks at a specified time or pattern during the Medusa application's runtime.
  • Create custom flows as a series of steps involving multiple services.
  • Customize the admin dashboard to inject components on existing pages or add new pages.
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