WP App Studio allows creating a Twitter's Bootstrap modals with single function tag in view layouts. You can use modals to collect data from users in various types of views without cluttering your view layout HTML with special markup.
WP App Studio allows creating and displaying of user defined WordPress custom fields in your view, form, widget and relationship layouts. Custom fields a quick way to allow users to extend your app's data model.
  1. Download app signature if it is not in your local file system.
  2. Click on WP App Studio menu link.
  3. Click on Import button in the app list screen.
  4. Click Browse button and select the app signature(.wpas file).
  5. Click "Import Now" button to import

Forms are displayed using shortcodes. Each form has its own shortcode. Each form shortcode can be placed in a page. Alternatively, you can create a setup page when creating the form and the form page is created during your plugin activation if users decide to use setup assistant.

You do not have to create a view for each form. You can place a form shortcode into a view layout and display it. For search forms, form results and form itself are two separate components and must be designed separately. For search form results, you must create a form results view.

It's very easy to integrate WordPress plugins or any code producing shortcodes. In the article, we show how to integrate Easy Digital Downloads eCommerce plugin.
User-like entities are used to map WordPress users to WPAS entity records. One user-like entity record is related to at most one user. You can configure a user-like entity by creating a user list attribute.
How to make entity and taxonomies sortable
Widgets are a simple and effective way of displaying your content in your Sidebar and/or Dashboard.
Views define how content will be displayed in your app's frontend. You can create standard, archive, single, integration, datagrid, search, chart, or taxonomy views.