Design application screens

The UI Design view mode allows you to create the user interface of the application you are developing. The UI Design view mode has more than 80 drag-and-drop reusable elements that you can use in your application development process. Each element comes with features and styles to match its structure. You can edit element properties and styles according to your needs. You can review our related content to examine the elements and the properties of the elements in Kuika.

You can add new screen templates to the application with the Screens panel. You can start with a blank screen, or you can create CRUD-type screens in seconds with the data table or Excel document you have prepared.

When creating a new app, it comes with default ready-to-use screens that can potentially be used in the app. These default screens are;

  • Home Page (Dashboard),

  • Forgot Password,

  • Reset Password,

  • Sign in,

  • Sign up,

  • Verification Code,

  • Left Menu.

Every screen in Kuika has Properties and Styles settings, just like elements. You can define the roles of the screens in your application in application (for example, the start page) and/or perform authorizations on a screen basis.

You can add system actions and custom actions to the elements and screens in the workspace. System actions are actions offered by Kuika to speed up the application development process.

You can access detailed information about system actions and functions from our related content.

In the application you developed, you can create custom actions as well as system actions. You can create custom actions via the SQL editor in Datasources. You can also use the Custom Actions panel on the left side of the UI Design view to create custom actions.

You can also access and add to the elements under the CUSTOM heading in the Actions list in the Properties panel. You can access detailed information about creating custom action in UI Design view mode from our related content.

Kuika attaches importance to user experience and provides convenience to the user in the application development process. One of these conveniences is the Item Tree panel in the UI Design view mode. The Item Tree panel lists the current screen and the elements on it in the tree structure (parent/child). Through this structure, you can easily control the components on the screens.

Another convenience that Kuika provides in the application development process is its multi-language structure. You can add language options to the application you developed with Kuika. Every application created in Kuika is in EN (USA) language by default. In addition, there are interfaces where you can add languages to Turkish, English, English (UK), French, German, Italian, Danish, and Czech.

You can access detailed information about UI Design view mode from our related content.

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