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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.
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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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Widgets are a simple and effective way of displaying your content in your Sidebar and/or Dashboard.
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Settings page helps you define initial look and feel of your app as well as overall website. You add/remove specific modules such as operations, analytics, admin filters.
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A taxonomy is a way to group things together. It might contain only one attribute of interest to users. You can define hierarchical (terms with a parent term) or nonhierarchical (terms without a parent term) taxonomies.
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Wp App Studio apps provide Entity List, Entity Edit, and Operations screens to manage data related to your entities.
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Submit forms are the main data entry interface for your apps. Submit forms can be used to enter data into a single entity and its dependents.
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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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Wp App Studio allows you to create submit or search forms with fully responsive components based on Twitter's Bootstrap or jQuery UI frameworks enhanced with icon fonts.