Incari Hub

Incari Hub serves as a central access point to all Incari products. It allows one to install the latest version of Incari, manage existing Projects, and obtain Demo Projects.

On the left-side Menu, there are several sections. We will go through each, one by one. Feel free to jump to the section you are most interested in:


My Projects

The My Projects section allows the user to access, create, and manage their local Projects. Here there are two existing Projects called 'test' and 'test2'. The leftmost square with the plus icon is used to create a new Project.

Each Project displays the username and Incari Studio version at the bottom. Clicking on the three dots that appear when hovering over a Project allows the user to open the Project, play the Project in Incari Player, show the Project in the user's local file library, and edit the Project's settings. It is also possible to delete the Project from here, either by removing it from the Hub or deleting it completely from the local disk.

Remote Projects

The tab Remote Projects gives access to Demo Projects that have been created by our very own Incari team. These can be downloaded with the small cloud icon at the bottom right. The Project will then appear under My Projects and can be opened from there.

Demo Projects allow one to see how certain functionalities can be implemented in Incari. These range from a simple button to examples of the several methods of Animation available to the user. Discover more in the Demo Projects documentation.


Incari Studio

Under Incari Studio, one can install different versions of Incari Studio. This can be done by locating a folder on your local machine, where Incari Studio is installed, or using the built-in installer. If there are no installations, a message will appear prompting the user to either Locate or Install a version of Incari Studio. Otherwise, the user can use the icon on the top right to do the same.

Note: Locating does not install Incari Studio. It simply points to where it is already existing on your computer after you have clicked through the file library that pops up.

Please note that if an existing Project was made with a previous version of Incari Studio, and this version is not currently installed within Incari Hub, you will be prompted to upgrade to the most recent version or locate the compatible version. Otherwise it will be impossible to open the Project.

Incari Player

Under Incari Player, one can add specific versions of the Incari Player for different platforms. This is essential to successfully export Projects which utilize different Target Platforms, such as Linux. The Incari Player added should match the Target type eventually selected in the Exporter (it must first be added in the Hub to be useable in the Exporter of a Project).

After adding a Player, it will appear like this in the Hub:

The user then has the option to remove a Player by clicking the trash icon to the right.



The Documentation takes you straight to the instructional texts that teach the user the ins and outs of Incari, which you are at right now! It gives a run down of the basics, helps you get started, thoroughly explains each component of Incari Studio, and provides more information on a few Demo Projects. There's a lot to discover in the Documentation, written with care by the Documentation team.


The Forum is where the Incari community can come together to discuss issues, ideas, features, and give feedback.


Clicking on Support takes you to the Support channel. It may ask you to log in at first, so don't forget your Incari Account password!

Here the user can create tickets to report bugs or suggest new features and improvement. We are always aiming to improve Incari, so we are excited to receive tickets from you.


In Settings, the user can check whether they have Visual Studio installed, as per the requirements. If it is not, they will be prompted to do so.

They can also connect to repositories using the Add Endpoint feature. Projects in this repository namespace will appear as an option in the upper right corner on the Remote Projects section.

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