When you open your account in DynaMaker, the first thing you see is the dashboard with all your projects.
In the top right corner, you can find the documentation as Docs with all the information you are reading right now. This will help you to understand how to use DynaMaker and avoid you to get stuck with the tool.
Account & team settings
Also in the right corner, you can find your account settings. Here you can see:
- Notifications: including regular Notifications like an invitation to your colleague's team and Announcements to our upcoming public webinars and latest news.
Quick set up
It's easy to get started with DynaMaker! Create a new project, press deploy and you're all set!
These are all the section in which a project is divided:
- Public Interface: what your customers/users will interact with when they visit your application.
- Components: contains logic for describing every component. Can be grouped or have sub-components.
- Drawings: contains logic for generating custom drawings.
- Settings: contains the basic settings about your project.
- Deployment: where you share your final application with your end customers.
In here you write all the logic needed for the app used by the end customer. It can include as many components as needed; action events, that happen when you press a certain button; the behaviour of selection with the mouse; the behaviour assigned to keyboard shortcuts or hotkeys; and all the buttons of the user interface you can customized.
In this section you create all the components you use in your app. You can create also components and add them into other components, allowing you to add as many dependencies among components as complex your product is.
You can autogenerate drawings for your app. Including a preview section, you can import your components to see a temporary drawing, add your customized details and make it ready to use in your final app.
The application settings can be accessed by clicking on Settings on the project dashboard. Here you can change the style or limit the access among other features.
When you've reached the point in your project when you want to share your application with someone else, you can deploy your application. You can think of a deployment as taking the current state of your application and saving it on a website that anyone can access.
In each project you have two deployment buttons: Test Deploy, to validate, integrate tests and share experimental changes and Production Deployto update the version that your end customers use.