This user guide provides detailed information about how to use Param, assuming you have worked through the Getting Started guide.
Simplifying Codebases: How Param allows you to eliminate boilerplate and unsafe code
Parameters: Using parameters (Class vs. instance parameters, setting defaults, etc.)
Parameter Types: Predefined Parameter classes available for your use
Dependencies and Watchers: Expressing relationships between parameters and parameters or code, and triggering events
Reactive Expressions: How to write expressions and functions that automatically re-evaluate when their parameter inputs change.
Serialization and Persistence: Saving the state of a Parameterized object to a text, script, or pickle file
Outputs: Output types and connecting output to Parameter inputs
Logging and Warnings: Logging, messaging, warning, and raising errors on Parameterized objects
ParameterizedFunctions: Parameterized function objects, for configurable callables
Dynamic Parameters: Using dynamic parameter values with and without Numbergen
How Param Works: Internal details, for Param developers and power users
Using Param in GUIs: (external site) Using Param with Panel to make GUIs