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We have created a dedicated Appfarm solution for demonstrating various example setups, and providing some templates.
This solution, named Appfarm Showroom, requires login.
You may sign up for access by accessing this link. This will give you access to both the solution in Appfarm Create (for seeing how thing are set up) as well as you may log in to the client (https://showroom.appfarm.app) to view and test the examples and templates.
Once signed up, you will be added as a user and receive an email with info on how to access the solution in Appfarm Create.
Appfarm Showroom consists of 5 Apps, to be explained below. Note that all Apps are "Work in progress", meaning more examples and templates will be continuously added to them.
The left menu lists some of the Action Nodes available when creating Actions. Click a menu item to open a screen in order to test the action node (menu item naming is 1-to-1 with the name of the action node it demonstrates).
Inside create, navigate to this App. You will find the same views and actions set up, and you may view how these examples are set up.
The left menu lists some of the UI Components available when creating user interfaces. Click a menu item to view how it works (menu item naming is 1-to-1 with the name of the UI component it demonstrates)
Inside create, navigate to this App, and locate the view to see how the UI component may be set up.
This app contains various templates for views and dialogs. Some of them are quite simple, whereas other are more complex.
The purpose of this App is to have some templates to copy over to your own solution.
Inside Create, navigate to this App. You may right-click and select Copy to Clipboard on any UI component (or on the top-level view or dialog) in order to copy it.
Note that all content inside the UI container will be copied, e.g. when clicking a top-level Container, all children will be copied. Data bindings (i.e. connection to data sources and conditions) will not be copied, and must be set up manually in your own solution.
This app contains example setups of various functional use cases that not exists as a single action node or UI component in Appfarm Create.
Some of these use cases will also be linked to from the documentation found How To section.
This is an interactive tutorial on our best practices for UI and UX, in other words - how to make things look good and user friendly.
You may access to tutorial without login here, and you may navigate to this App inside create if you would like to see how different interactions are set up. However, the purpose of this App is to be a tutorial for those without much experience in UI/UX.