The documentation in this section describes a new feature that is still in beta, and is subject to change before the final release.
The Offline Device profile allows users to continue using their Mendix application, even without a working internet connection. The Offline Device profile can be reached (when enabled) by accessing the application with an offline enabled PhoneGap hybrid application. A number of restrictions apply to pages available to the Offline Device profile, whic you can find here.
In Mendix 6.10.4 the Offline Device profile is replaced by the Hybrid Phone profile. All settings from the Offline device profile are automatically copied to the Hybrid Phone profile.
Specifies whether the profile is enabled. If a profile is enabled, it can be used to determine the home page when a user logs into the application. If it is disabled, users accessing the application with a matching profile will be redirected to the nearest equivalent enabled profile.
Enable offline support (only Hybrid tablet and Hybrid phone)
Specifies whether the hybrid profile allows users to continue using their Mendix application without a working internet connection. A number of restrictions apply to pages available offline, a full listing can be found here.
Here you can specify the application title. This title is shown in the title bar of the browser.
Default home page
The default home page indicates which page or microflow is opened when a user has just signed in. If role-based home pages (see below) are specified for one of the user roles of the user, then that home page will be used instead.
Role-based home pages
By using role-based home pages you can show different home pages for different users. If an end user logs in, the first role-based home page of which the user role matches a user role of the user is displayed. If no match is found, the default home page is used.
Per role-based home page you can specify the user role it applies to and the target (page or microflow) that will be opened.
Each device type contains a default menu. You can use these menus in menu widgets. Defining the menu for a device type works in the same way as when editing a menu document.