Joget DX 8 Beta Released
The beta release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
You can use the Rich Text page component to design the layout and structure of your own custom page using the rich text editor or writing HTML/CSS/JS.
Rich Text is commonly used as the homepage/landing page of an app.
Figure 1: Rich Text Properties
|Label||The Rich Text menu label.|
Item link slug. Optional field.
Ensure that value defined here is unique to other UI menus in the app since the first matching/conflicting ID will take precedence in page loading.
Figure 2: Process Status Properties - Performance & Offline Settings
Caching options are:
|Duration (s)||Duration in seconds to cache content defaults to 20 seconds if applicable.|
Read more at Performance Improvement with UI Caching.
Note: PWA Offline support is dependent on the theme used.
|Enable cache for offline support||Check this to enable caching for offline support, usually set for use on mobile browsers.|
Read Progressive Web Application (PWA) for more information.
This is a new feature in Joget DX 8.
Figure 3: AJAX & Events - Event Listening
The object that will be listening for an event.
This field will dynamically show selectable options depending on the page components used. e.g: if there is a page component called manage meeting in the page, it will automatically show up in this field's select box.
|Event Name||Custom Event Name.|
Action to be listened for.
|Add row||Adds another row for another event|
Figure 4: AJAX & Events - Event Triggering
|Event Name||Custom Event Name|
The method used to trigger an event.
|Parameter Name||Custom Parameter Name.|
Logical Operator to be used in evaluating "Parameter" against "Value"
|Value||The value that the Parameter will be compared to.|
|When Not Match Trigger Event Name||Event Name when/if the logical operation is not satisfied.|
|Add row||Add another row for another event.|