Event-Horizon Planning

Event-Horizon Planning (EHP) is a powerful tool for creating and managing complex projects, especially those with multiple teams and stakeholders.

What is Event-Horizon Planning?

Event-Horizon Planning is based on the concept of Event Horizons, which are points in time or space where events are frozen in time, allowing for parallel processing and analysis of different scenarios.

Do you find yourself often out of time? Try moving your project management on the fluxion platform.

Below we will explore how to use EHP and its CLI command "fluxion" to create, manage, and visualize complex projects.

Quick overview of the plan command

To get started with EHP, you can download the software from the official website. Once installed, you can create a new project by running the command

$ fluxion new myproject

This will create a new directory called myproject containing all the necessary files, folders and transforms for getting started with EHP.

The "fluxion" command is the primary interface for interacting with EHP. It allows you to create, manage, and visualize complex projects by defining events, workflows, and other project components.

To create a new EHP observer, run

$ fluxion observer add
$ fluxion plan --visualize
 accelerating observer...
 approaching event-horizon...
  completed in 1.67 s

You should see a visual representation of your plan. With this simple visualization you can use streamline your development workflow and improve productivity and collaboration among team members.

Next, see how you can import your calendar to the EHP.

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