Introduction to menu's
📄 Screen types
Introduction to screen types
It is possible to display the same table in different ways in the Software Factory by adding a variant.
📄 Business Intelligence
The user interface provides business intelligence features, called cubes, which allow you to make online and interactive analyses.
Introduction to Maps
Introduction to Schedulers
Introduction to themes
Error messages, warnings or informational error messages are also modelled in the Software Factory, with the possibility to define a translation, severity and location. This applies to both messages that are sent from functionality (code templates) and messages that are caused by the database, such as constraints and checks.
Introduction to translations
Introduction to the Icon repository
Pressing the F1 key in a Thinkwise user interface opens the application's Help dialog, where information about the current subject or field can be found. A user can only access the help text for objects they are able to access in the application.
📄 📖 User interface design
This document offers guidance for designing and modeling applications in the Thinkwise Software Factory. The focus is on the User Interface and User Experience (UI/UX) of the intended application. This section explains how concepts from the TSF can best be applied in end applications (Do's) and how they should not (Don’ts/Instead of).