Creator Workshop Outline

Part 1: Building Your First App


Part 1 of our Creator Workshop series covers the basics. You’ll start with learning how to navigate the platform and create your first form. Then we will introduce components, which you will add to your form to present a seamless user interface to your end-user. To understand how end-user data is collected, you’ll be introduced to storing data in Unqork and explore the data types and data structures found in an Unqork application. Using these data types and structures, the session then brings the basic form to life through a series of event processing components that create an order of operations and If/Then decisions that guide the user experience. To close out Part 1, you'll be introduced to our workflow feature used to create a multi-step business process and a unique user journey.

Components and Platform Features Introduced

Text Field, Date Input, Dropdown, Multi-Select Dropdown, Radio Button, Columns, Field Group, HTML Element, Email, Hidden, Button, Initializer, Decisions, Workflow Canvas, Module Builder, Start Node, Screen/Task Node, End Node, Message Node, Signal Node, Exclusive Gateway Node

Concepts Introduced

  • Navigating the platform.

  • Creating and organizing a basic form.

  • Storing and processing data.

  • Triggering events and creating an order of operations.

  • Understanding Data Types and Data Structures of applications.

  • Creating If/Then decisions.

  • Creating a linear business process.

  • Creating a user submission review page.

  • Using end-user data to create unique user journeys.

  • Validating data and ensuring submission consistency.

  • Creating user journeys based on roles.

Part 2: Beyond the Basics


With your workflow nearly complete, Part 2 builds on the previous class using collections of components called Snippets. You'll be introduced to Unqork’s Internal APIs and gain a deep understanding of the core APIs used to create a dynamic workflow and dashboard. A Manager Review approvals process will be added to it before the focus moves onto creating a dashboard to display the submission data of your application. This includes retrieving data from a data collection, retrieving submission data from your application, deleting a submission, and reviewing a specific submission's data. Finally, we’ll close out the session by adding a chart and a KPI to your dashboard to visualize the data even further.

Components and Platform Features Introduced

Plug-In Component, ViewGrid component, Chart component, KPI component, Data Workflow Component, API modules, Reference Data Collections

Concepts Introduced

  • Creating Data Collections.

  • Integrating Reference Data Collections into an application.

  • Aggregating and displaying submission data.

  • Manipulating submission data to create a Chart.

  • Summarizing submission data to create a KPI.