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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.
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You can show or hide attributes, taxonomies, and relationships based on one or more values entered by users.
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You can use WPAS tag functions for displaying date and time information in your view layouts. Some of these tag functions may accept additional parameter called a format string to determine how the date is going to be displayed.
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Permissions control what users can do and what data they can see within your app. Permissions are defined by roles. Each role can have one to many capabilities. Capabilities represent the various tasks that a user can perform.
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By using role based access to form pages, you can target specific user segments for your offers.
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Analytics module allows filtering entity attributes, taxonomies and relationships to calculate statistics and displaying the result in any page using a shortcode.
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Search forms help you drill down and across your entity's content using attributes, taxonomies, and relationships.
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Icon fonts can be used in form elements such radio buttons or check boxes.
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Below are the list of icons currently supported in Wp App Studio.
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A many-to-many relationship can optionally have one to many attributes. Only many-to-many relationships can have attributes.