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Market


In this screen you start building your App-Backend.

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Overview

In the navigation bar on the left side you have an overview of the state of your App-Backend. This includes the selected versions of modules/UIs and additional information of the App-Backends API.

Modules

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Modules contain ready to use functionality like Facebook auth, Wordpress Sync or sending Push messages. You can add the latest version of a module to your App-Backend by clicking on the blue colored button with the version number.

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If you want to add a specific version, you have to click the "..." - button. The following Dialog will open:

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Choose a version by clicking the radio button in the list and then the "ADD" - button, to add the version of this module to your App-Backend. You also can define specific version ranges in maven style with that the latest version, which matches this range, will be added.

A pop up will ask you for configuration values for the module. Please be aware, that both the selected modules and their configuration differs for each system (Live/Staging/Test). You can specify separate configuration for each system.

After a module version was added, it is listed in the overview panel. You can reconfigure it by clicking on the three dots which opens a context menu. There you can also remove this version of the module again.

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Main Menu

Using the ribbons from main menu on the top, you can filter all modules by categories or keywords. Copy models from an other system is possible if you are working in a higher plan than basic. If it's an enterprise installation, you have the options to create or upload a native module.

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  1. New Module – create a new Native Module

  2. Upload Module – upload an existing Native Module

  3. Copy Models from <SYSTEM> to <SYSTEM> – copies all modules, data models from the selected system to the current one. Data is not copied.

  4. Refresh– because of caching it is sometimes necessary to refresh the module market screen manually

Services

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Services can also be added and configured similar to modules.

Services Main Menu

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  1. New service - create a new service

  2. Refresh - see at Main Menu 4.