Editing Application

To do that go to the project Schema tab, where you can change the project, add and remove entities, and rebuild the project.

The basic essence of the Schema Editor is that it consists of tables and columns and your work will consist of working with them.

When working with tables, you have 2 options - add a new table or delete it (all, except the default Users table). Now let's take a look at each of these steps separately.

When working with columns, you have 3 options - add or remove a column, or change the properties of the column.

Working with tables

  • adding the table: to add a table, you need to press the '+ Add Table' button (see screenshot below). After clicking the button, a new table will be added and you will be prompted to select a name for this table. Please follow SQL table naming standards. Please choose the name in lower case for better code generation. You can add an unlimited number of tables to the paid plan and the free plan. For example, users, categories, tags, tags1, tags2, etc.

  • deleting the table: deleting a table is very simple - you just need to select the table you want to delete and click the 'Destroy Table' button. The table and all columns referring to it will be deleted immediately. Please note that the β€˜Users’ table can not be deleted.

Working with columns

  • adding column: to create a column, you need to click on the table in which you want to create a column and then click on the + Add Column button. Then the Edit column window with the following parameters will open on the right side:

Note: Our generator adds the column ID itself and makes the connection if necessary: you don't need to add the column ID yourself.

Name SQL column name and code property. Use snake or camel case. Note, the column name cannot start with a number. Name, Title, Name1
Title Property visible name in user interface Role, Avatar
Type Column type string, integer

The following types are offered to choose from:

Name Decription Examples
String stores text data Hello World!
Boolean stores true/false true
Date time stores full date only with time 2022-02-22M09:45:27
Date stores full date only, without time 2022-02-22M
Decimal stores fraction 22.75
Integer stores integers 45
Enumeration stores any value from specified list 1, 2, 3
Images stores image files link
Files stores any raw files link
Relation (one) one-sided relation capable of storing one of other entity Employee: [{ name: 'John'}]
Relation (many) two-sided relation capable of storing any number of other entity Employee: [{ name: 'John' }, { name: 'Joe' }];
  • editing column: to change a created column, click on it, and on the right side of the modal window, you will see the β€˜Edit Column’ menu, where you will see the properties that you can change. In editing a column, it is possible to change only the name, title, show in form and show in table. Please, use a camel case, numbers and β€œ_” for column names.

Note: The column name cannot start with a number. Also, there cannot be the same-named columns in one table.

  • deleting column: Deleting a column is done by selecting the column you want to delete and pressing the Destroy button. The column should be deleted immediately. You cannot delete the last column in the table.

Next, you need to go to the tab Applications where is the table with all your projects click on the Deploy button and make redeploy your application with all the changes you have made. Afterwards, you will see the pop-up window where for redeploying select β€˜OK’. A new live URL of your application will be ready within 5-7 minutes.


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