The features shown in this "highlights" blog category are a showcase of things which can be done using
AppGini Helper Library,
HTML. This definately does not mean that everything you can see here is part of our product. It took hours, sometimes days of research, trial-and-error, coding and testing. So, these showcases are not part of a 49$ library, they are not single-line copy&paste codes and they are not for sale. Just a demonstration of what can be done and what we did and do in paid projects for our customers.
Today I would like to present an idea that I can definitely use in my own projects: additional buttons in children tab tables. Yes, buttons for the tables at the bottom of detail views.
I don't know about you, folks, but I personally don't really like the button to open a child record in a modal window especially for UI and UX reasons.
The button is differently styled than other buttons and is not configurable. Furthermore, there are always situations in which I would like to open the record NOT in modal dialog, but in the same window.
I have been planning to change this for a long time. However, it is not easy because the children tabs are dynamically reloaded under certain conditions. Not only after the (first) landing of the page, but also after the dynamic reload I have to apply changes to the button again. These days I took some time to program this and I am quite happy with the interim result. I am considering to add these features shown here to a future version of our libary.
Just for demonstration purposes I have loaded my rows in the
notes child table of a
task DV with a lot of buttons. Too many for production, but just for demonstration.
Screenrecording with all features
The video shows the following options:
- show record in modal dialog (default button behaviour with diferently styled button)
- show record in the same browser tab
- show record in a different browser tab
- open a website in modal dialog
Please note: This can be any website, for example a generated AppGini page, a custom page or any page in your intranet or internet. There is already a way for passing data
- open a website in the same browser tab
- open a website in a different browser tab
Next page (see small numbers 1, 2 at the bottom of this page) contains some more details and examples. I hope you like it, AppGineers out there!