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CRUD Feature Overview

Brodie O'Carroll, 18 November 2020

CRUD is an acronym that stands for Create, Read, Update and Delete. The CRUD feature is used for management of structured data.

What is a feature?

Brodie O'Carroll, 18 November 2020

What are features come with the bot-written apps and how do you use them?

C#Bot Custom Timeline Events

Thomas Williams, 18 August 2020

In this article we will be creating custom Timeline events. In order to do this, we need to change only 1 protected region in the server-side code. Then, to display the event in the timeline views with a custom icon/legend, we need to change 4 protected regions in the client-side code.

C#Bot Timelines Client-side Overview

Thomas Williams, 18 August 2020

This article provides an overview for the client-side structure of Timelines in C#Bot.

Adding the Timelines extension to your application

Declan Healey, 31 July 2020

Learn how to add in the Timelines extension to your application by configuring its entity, user interface, and security diagrams on the Platform.

SpringBot sorting on custom columns Data table list view

Kellie Lutze, 17 July 2020

Adding sorting to custom columns in the SpringBot Data table list.

SpringBot add related entities to Data table list view

Kellie Lutze, 17 June 2020

By default the Data table tiles list view shows the attributes for the entity that it is attached to. Sometimes you may with to add context by showing information from related entities.

SpringBot Data table tile customisation of post creation

Kellie Lutze, 03 June 2020

By default, SpringBot redirects a user back to the CRUD list upon successful persistence of an entity. In certain circumstances, this is not desired and as such the redirect can be customised to be dynamic based on the submitted data.

SpringBot CRUD tile attribute grouping

Kellie Lutze, 02 June 2020

At model time we define our attributes in an ordered list, this makes sense from a data structure and schema point of view but does not make sense from the perspective of your applications UX where attributes belong in logical groups. To resolve this, we utilise one of the features of the CRUD tile.

Forms data structure

Jack Kerr, 18 May 2020

An introduction to the Codebots forms data architecture.

Styling attributes in a C#Bot CRUD view

Thomas Williams, 18 May 2020

This article will show you how to add custom class names to attributes rendered in a CRUD view, and then apply SCSS styles to them.

Identifying Developer API

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Developer API feature.

Identifying Users

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Users extension.

Identifying Data table

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Data table extension.

Identifying Workflow

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Workflow extension.

Identifying Forms

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Forms extension.

Identifying Timelines

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Timeline extension.

Identifying Dashboards

Tessa Holland, 12 March 2020

A guide on how to identify potential uses of the Dashboard extension.

Adding the Workflow extension to your application

Tessa Holland, 22 January 2020

A guide on how to add the Workflow extension to your application, focusing on the steps which need to be completed on the Platform.

SpringBot Custom Workflow Logic

Rex Truong, 14 January 2020

Learn how to add in custom logic to your workflow in SpringBot. From triggering actions to updating entity details, you can customise it however you require.