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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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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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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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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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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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An entity is a person, object, place, event, or a concept for which data is collected. Some entities come already built-in such as posts or pages.
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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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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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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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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.