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Platform UI

Kuika is a platform that will allow you to develop a mobile or web application end-to-end. It has different views such as Designer, Datasources, Workflow, Notification Settings, ScheduledJobs, and Configuration to assist you in the development process. In this video, we will examine these parts.

Open the app you want to work on from the Apps screen.

All view types have common sections.

In the upper section, there are transition buttons to screens for design, database, repetitive tasks, and publishing processes to assist you while developing your application. On the left side, you can use the elements you will add to your application, and on the right side, the properties and styling editing panels.

In the middle area, the open screen of the application you are working on is displayed.

The screens available within the application are listed in the Screens panel. You can organize the screen list by adding folders. You can create a blank screen with the New screen window, or you can start with one of the ready-made templates. With the CRUD screen, you can create Create, Read, Update and Delete screens connected to the database you created with a few clicks. With the Elements panel, you can add the elements that you will use in the interface design to the screen with drag and drop. You can use the language panel for your application to have multiple language options. You can make parametric settings on the elements you add to the screen with the properties on the right side and the visual appearance settings with the styling panel.

You can use the Datasources view on the Top for database connections. Datasources include ManagedDB connected to your workspace and hosted on Kuika servers. In addition, MSSQL, Swagger, or open API, and C# are among other data sources you can use within your application.

With Kuika, it is possible to develop applications that include business processes.

These workflow definitions can be made w

ith Workflow. You can send notifications to the users of the application you have prepared. You can design email and SMS notification templates with Notification Template. Scheduled tasks can be added to your application, such as emailing reports in excel or PDF formats at certain times. You can define the timing periods of these tasks with ScheduledJobs. The application you develop ultimately becomes a data source. You can use the API section when you want to add data queries from different systems. 

You can publish an application you developed with Kuika as mobile and web. Besides web application settings, you can define iOS and Android configurations for native mobile applications.

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