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using the triggre designer

The Triggre Designer consists of the following main parts:

  1. Design
    This is where you design your application. If you want to read more on the basics of designing your application, start by reading How to use Triggre.

    Designing in Triggre is done by designing data, flow parts, automation flows, user flows and the appearance of your application. The following articles will give you a good start on these:

    Creating data items
    Building your first custom flow part
    Building an automation flow
    Building your first user flow
    Using the appearance editor
  2. Publish
    When you are done with your design, you need to publish it. This is where Triggre does it’s magic and actually writes code for you, compiles that code and installs it in the Triggre Cloud. Read everything you need to know about Publishing your design.
  3. Users
    While Triggre is easy and fast enough to make large, business critical applications by yourself, you can work on a design with others. Invite them to work in your designer by creating a user account for them.
  4. Versions
    Triggre automatically creates Autosaved versions of your design so you never lose work. However, there’s a lot more you can do with versions in Triggre, such as Saving a version, Loading a saved version, Downloading a version and Uploading a version.
Tip: Learn how to get people to actively use and buy your application in the Triggre Academy