Application logic is created in Mendix in the form of microflows. A microflow allows you to express the logic of your application. This is a visual way of expressing what traditionally ends up in textual program code. In other words, microflows allow you to easily add complex business logic to the processes in your application without having to write code.
Mendix is all about collaboration between business and IT, and microflows help to give business-minded people insight into how the application is designed.
With these how-to’s, you can learn how to translate your business logic into microflows and build and debug them from the beginner to the expert level.
2 Main Documents in This Category
- Create Your First Microflow: Hello World! – explains how to create a simple microflow that will define the logic of your application
- Trigger Logic Using Microflows – describes how to trigger a microflow using a page button
- Create a Custom Save Button – explains how to create a custom save button by utilizing microflows
- Extract & Use Sub-Microflows – shows you how to break down a large microflow into more manageable parts
- Work with Lists in a Microflow – teaches you how to iterate over a retrieved list of objects
- Optimize Microflow Aggregates – presents how to evaluate large datasets in microflows
- Set Up Error Handling – illustrates various error-handling options and teaches you how to set up error-handling components
- Optimize Retrieve Activities – presents how to find and create objects to continue your process as well as retrieve an instance of an object
- Define Access Rules Using XPath – details how to define access rules for an entity using an XPath constraint
- Configure String Concatenation – presents three examples as well as best practices on this important action
- Extend Your Application with Custom Java –
- Use the Java API – shows you how to add a Java action, edit it in Eclipse, and call it from a microflow
- Find Object Activities – describes how to find changes made in objects based on a certain activity