A brief introduction to the different parts that make up the Kinetic Platform.
Capture data from end users and create tables of data that can be leveraged throughout the Kinetic Platform.
Use Models to create data abstraction that enables builders and developers to work with Bridge Plugins, which fetch data for your bundle and forms.
Kapps act as containers for forms and workflows, allowing administrators to organize them and delegate their management.
Attributes act as variables or tags, letting you enhance form logic, implement security policies, or customize portal behavior.
Plugins are connections between the Kinetic Platform and other source systems.
Spaces are the framework that provides multi-tenancy to the Kinetic Platform. Use Spaces to separate users, configurations, and data into individual tenants.
Translations provide the ability to translate forms and portals displayed to end users in multiple languages, improving accessibility and the end-user experience.
The primary method for identifying and authorizing systems and individuals.
Use WebAPIs to enable your systems to call workflows.
Webhooks are user-defined HTTP callbacks to a third-party application. Once fired from a predetermined action, webhooks pass information to another system.
Updated 10 months ago