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Accessing API Module

In terms of functional hierarchy on the Vahana platform, the API module is placed under the vDesigner module. Like other widget-based functionalities, such as business rule manager, task group, and others, it is also a full-fledged widget. It allows you to consume a vConnect portal-incorporated API and then create its instance at the application-level. You… Continue reading Accessing API Module

An Introduction to API

The vDesigner module contains the API module as a first level functionality. The API module allows you to access the list of all APIs that have been configured on the vConnect portal. After you access the list of APIs, you can select an API from the list and then create its instance by using the… Continue reading An Introduction to API

Rich Text Editor

The Rich Text Editor element allows you to compose, edit, and store the formatted text, in addition to images, fonts, and other elements. The vDesigner incoprorated rich text editor contains all features of a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor. It provides you all word processing features to write and compose the… Continue reading Rich Text Editor

Bottom Sheet Overlay

The bottom sheets are primarily used in the mobile apps. In an app, the bottom sheet is a surface that contains the supplementary content. This content is anchored to the bottom edge of the mobile phone device. The bottom sheet displays the content after a user performs the related function. For instance:- When you want… Continue reading Bottom Sheet Overlay

Upload Media

The “Upload Media” task uploads a file to the app server. You can configure this task if the end-user has to upload a document from a local device. Steps to Configure Property Name Description Mandatory Reference Name The reference name specifies the name of the task. In the Reference Name box, enter the task’s name. Yes Media… Continue reading Upload Media

Set Configuration

You can apply the Set Configuration task to change the UI’s property dynamically after the user performs a specified action in the app. For example:- You can apply the Set Configuration task to change the color of a button from grey to blue after the user enters three characters in the related input field. You… Continue reading Set Configuration

Load Current Entity

The Load Current Entity task allows the end-user to access the second-level information after he clicks the first-level information. For instance:- You can apply the Load Current Entity task to pick the index of an item in a List element that the end-user clicks to access the second-level information. Steps to Configure Property Description Mandatory… Continue reading Load Current Entity

System Functions

The vDesigner module provides in-built system functions. You can use these system functions to get device-related details. While developing an application by using the vDesigner module, when you want to get the device-related details of the end-user’s device, you can use system functions. When an end-user accesses the application on the device, s/he can use… Continue reading System Functions