View Types For Data Representation: Schema Editor

Now you can break free from the schema editor. Previously, the default data display was a table. Now we're giving users the power to view their data how they want. This includes the new options of a list, card, and uniquely, a calendar view. These options give users the freedom to customize and control the presentation of their project according to their specific needs and requirements.

Setting Up Your Preferred View

After passing the first step of describing the application you want to generate, you will be redirected to the next step is Schema Editor where already generated schema of your application using our AI Flatlogic Generator. Here, you can directly select how you want to view your data. It's upfront, with no hidden menus.

If you're spinning up something new, just mention how you want to view your data in the project's description. For instance, type "display as a card," and our system will get the hint and set it up right from the start.

List View

Optimized for sequential data display, List View facilitates efficient linear analysis of data set elements. This view is particularly effective for straightforwardly displaying records, allowing you to quickly scan and retrieve information without the visual complexity of other data arrangements.

Card View

Designed to present data in a visually appealing way, Card View organizes information into individual cards. Each card serves as a container for a single piece of data, presenting it in a more detailed and visually appealing way than a simple list. This view is particularly effective in scenarios where the data benefits from a richer context, or where individual records contain multiple attributes that are best understood when presented together. It's ideal for user interfaces that emphasize intuitive navigation and interaction, providing an at-a-glance summary with the ability to drill down into the details of each element.

Calendar View

Designed specifically for managing and visualizing time-sensitive data, the Calendar view provides a dynamic temporal view of events, tasks, or any date-related data point. It requires the specification of date or date/time fields within the record to activate. Critical for applications that require scheduling, event management, or any form of date-based data tracking, this view gives users a comprehensive view of their time-sensitive data in a familiar calendar format.

Among the new display types, the Calendar option requires additional customization. This display type becomes available as an option when two or more fields in the current entity are marked as date or datetime types. Once the Calendar option is selected, two additional drop-down menus prompt the user to specify the start and end date fields.

If you need any assistance or have questions regarding this new feature, please don't hesitate to contact our support team, which is always ready to help and assist you.