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A many-to-many relationship can optionally have one to many attributes. Only many-to-many relationships can have attributes.
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Notifications are app generated alerts based on additions, deletions, or changes in content. Notifications can be created at entity, attribute, taxonomy, relationship, and comment levels.
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Use WPAS button on your page toolbar to insert your view or form shortcodes. Analytics module can be used to create custom reports directly data stored in your entities.
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Relationships are connections between entities. A relationship captures how entities are related to one another. For example, customers place orders, customers live at addresses, and line items are part of orders.
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You can use Twitter's Bootstrap or jQuery UI frameworks to shape user experience. No framework option is available as well.
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Using Form layout editor you can drag and drop element blocks into your layout to customize the look and feel of your forms.
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Translating WPAS apps into your language involves only two files.
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Icon fonts can be used in form buttons. Button icons can change in size and be placed on the left or right of the button title.
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There are special built-in attribute and function tags that are available to use in your view layouts.
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