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Introduction

DX Progressive Theme is a new responsive and mobile friendly theme for Joget DX.

You can use the latest Font Awesome 5 icons in DX Progressive Theme.

New Feature

This plugin is a new Joget DX feature.



Figure 1: DX Progressive Theme in desktop view.



Figure 2: DX Progressive Theme in mobile view.

Theme Properties

Configure Layout

NameDescriptionScreens (Click to view)
ThumbnailUpload a small square image or icon for your app to display in App Center.


Figure 3: Configure layout.






Menu Position

Determines the position of the menu

  • Side Menu
  • Horizontal Menu below Header
  • Horizontal Menu inline with Header
  • No Menu
Theme Scheme
  • Dark
  • Light
Primary Color

Color Scheme-Primary Color.

Choose from the preset colors or custom, By choosing custom, you can define the color manually or through the color picker.

Link Color

Color Scheme-Link Color.

Choose from the preset colors or custom, By choosing custom, you can define the color manually or through the color picker.

Button Color

Color Scheme-Button Color.

Choose from the preset colors or custom, By choosing custom, you can define the color manually or through the color picker.

Button Text Color

Color Scheme-Button Text Color.

Choose from the preset colors or custom, By choosing custom, you can define the color manually or through the color picker.

Menu Font Color

Color Scheme-Menu Font Color.

Choose from the preset colors or custom, By choosing custom, you can define the color manually or through the color picker.

Font Color

Color Scheme-Font Color.

Choose from the preset colors or custom, By choosing custom, you can define the color manually or through the color picker.

Advanced

NameDescriptionScreens (Click to view)
Favicon URLDefine the path to custom Favicon URL.

Figure 4: Advanced


Logo URLDefine the path to custom Logo URL
Disable ProfileDisable fetching user's profile photo
User Image
  • Hide
  • Gravatar Service
  • Using Hash Variable
    • Define Hash Variable To Retrieve User Image URL

    • #form.user_profile.image[{currentUser.id}]#
Inbox
  • No Inbox
  • Show all assignments
  • Show current App assignment only
Home Icon URLHome Icon URL address
Shortcut Link LabelShortcut Link Label
ShortcutDefines links to be parked under Shortcut menu
User Menu ShortcutDefines links to be parked under User menu

Enable Responsive Switch in Mobile Device?


When checked, "Switch to desktop version" link will be shown in mobile device.

Remove Auto Title from Process/ Assignment form?


When checked, process title and activity name will be removed from assignment form. In the screenshot below, the highlighted red box denotes the process title and activity name.

Home BannerCustom HTML for Home Banner
Custom CSSCustom CSS for the theme
Custom JavascriptCustom Javascript for the theme
Sub HeaderSub header text
Sub FooterSub footer text
Disable help guide featureClick to hide the help guide feature.


Progressive Web App (PWA) Settings

NameDescriptionScreens (Click to view)
Disable Progressive Web App (PWA) Support

Click the checkbox to disable PWA.

Joget DX apps automatically enable Progressive Web Apps (PWA) features in this theme so that all apps will be PWA baseline compliant without requiring additional steps, with features such as adding to home screen, offline support and push notifications.


Figure 5: PWA

Disable Web Push NotificationsClick to disable web push notification in this userview.
Additional URLs to Cache

Expects value(s) of paths relative to context root.

Enter a new line for each different paths to cache for.

To see all the cached URLs in runtime, open the browser developer tool - console, and look for this log message with the 'cacheUrls' link.

Then, you can navigate to this link in your browser to see all cached URLs.


Here is the format of such URL:

(scheme)://(serverName):(serverPort)/(context)/web/userview/(appId)/home/_/cacheUrls

Example:

http://localhost:8080/jw/web/userview/expenseclaim/home/_/cacheUrls


Login Page UI

NameDescriptionScreens (Click to view)
Custom HTML (Before Login Form)Custom HTML to be placed in the login form


Figure 6: Login Page UI

Custom HTML (After Login Form)Custom HTML to be placed in the login form


Configure Permission

NameDescriptionScreens (Click to view)
Hide this Userview in App Center?When checked, this particular Userview will not be listed in App Center.


Figure 7: Properties - Permission

Permission TypeWhite list to determine access to this Userview.
Temporarily disable permission checking for testing?Click checkbox to disable all category menu permission checking.




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