In September of last year, we’ve released a much anticipated feature aimed at facilitating user interface developments within our platform. We called it “Text Templates”, you can read more about it right here.
Today we’re going back to that feature, but with an advanced approach, and we’re going to demonstrate just how easily you can build beautiful interfaces for your OMNIA web applications.
Today we’ve got an apparently simple, but extremely powerful feature to announce.
Exporting your application lists directly to a .csv file is now possible directly on your usual list element.
When developing business applications we always need care for its User Interface (UI). Small details matter, as we all know, and images communicate often faster than words.
Today we’re displaying our latest (free) Web Component, that we’re sure will help you fine-tune some UI details of your OMNIA applications.
Currently the OMNIA Platform is at v3.3.27, and here are a few of the most important highlights of the improvements we’ve made:
Our latest addition to the Command Line Interface will allow you to import everything from your current spreadsheets and automatically create new agents, users, data sources, or any other type of entity. In summary, you’ll be able to generate entire OMNIA applications from a spreadsheet.
It is with a heavy heart, but with positive spirits, that we’re writing this post and sharing our small contribution to help companies overcome this COVID-19 situation we’re all facing.
We’ve developed a simple OMNIA application designed to help companies with the following challenges:
When dealing with web applications, specially those with large numbers of functionalities, it’s very common to end up with highly complex menus, given the amount of options.
Being nearly impossible to develop a single menu that will make all your users happy, we’ve decided to give them a little more freedom and allow them to customize their own menu’s favorite options.
As a development platform, we strive to provide our users with the best and most productive tools we can think of. Those who follow us know that remote development is one of those tools and today we’re showing you how we’ve improved our Remote User Interface Development experience.
We’re introducing two new themes, built by our own team, that will provide standard practices and serve as an example of how themes are built.
Now that we know how to build and edit themes (if you don’t, do check out part 1), we’re taking things one step further.
Not everyone wants, or has the available time to, build their own theme, and that’s ok. There are a few solutions we can explore to find a complete theme that fits our needs, and today we’re focusing on one of them.