Did you ever focused on a problem just to come to the conclusion that it could be solved with a simple web app?
If you’re a developer you’re probably thinking “Yes, of course…”, but what if you’re not?
What if we told you that you don’t need to know how to code in order to build an application?
If you’ve been keeping up with our blog posts for the past months, you’re aware that Web Components are a big part of our platform’s extensibility power, however, exploring them was a hassle. We needed an effective way to explore all our shared Web Components, while also enhancing their development experience.
Have you ever had the need to add details to an Order Line, such as assigning an order to a specific project?
What about registering execution times associated with a specific task?
Today we have a brand new update that will allow you to easily develop these types of complex solutions, Nested Collections.
Located inside the “Extensibility” menu options, “Text Templates” is a new and very important feature aimed at greatly improve your design freedom within entities such as documents, forms and emails.
Personalized, custom designed emails are a minimum requirement for a good web application user experience. From simple state transition notifications, to more specific data formatting needs, the ability to easily control when and what your users are going to receive is crucial for fully productive enterprise systems.
The history tab is a very useful feature that allows you to check the history of an entity (such as a document) and displays a log of the several actions performed in that specific entity, such as its creation and editions.
In essence, you now have an entity time-machine in your hands that will allow you to record and manage every single iteration your entities have during their entire lifetime.
Earlier this week we’ve shared our introductory post about our latest feature, State Machines, detailing all it’s basic features and user interface. Today we’re diving a little deeper into the feature, detailing and exemplifying more advanced configurations and possibilities that it contains.
Our latest platform update brought big changes to the development experience, with its entire focus on the development of State Machines. With this new feature, developing your custom State Machines and their respective elements becomes a much simpler, faster and intuitive process.
We’re very exited to announce our most recent micro template, built specially for developments that integrate with an OMNIA software partner, ERP PRIMAVERA v10.
We’ve mentioned (in a previous post) six common use cases that take advantage of a low-code development platform’s full potential, and today we’re going to show why Prototyping a web application becomes much simpler and is, therefor, one of those cases.