Workflow is a place where you can design a workflow between different states of the application. Determining the flow of actions between states allows you to create interactive and powerful applications without programming code. To begin working with the design tool for workflow states, go to Workflow from the designer application. A sample application workflow panel:
- States feeder - drag and drop to workflow panel. This way, the state will be available for further modification.
- Starting state - an application at startup is at this state. From this place, you can start creating the first transition to the next state.
- State - configured and integrated into the workflow status.
- Action - connects states with each other and allows call to action steps at the transition between states.
- State buttons - buttons to remove a state and connect two states with an action. A state may also point to self-connected action.
To create your first single state workflow application, drag the state on the workflow panel and then assign the starting state to the new state. Both actions between the states and the states themselves require additional configuration. To configure states and actions select one of them. After that you will see the options panel on the right side of the screen.