Chris Haas joins Break Point to discuss App Engine Studio, the all-new low-code way to build apps fast! Topics 00:00 Welcome/Introductions 04:28 Why did ServiceNow build AES? 08:20 Discovering the power of the platform 12:14 Licensing & release schedule 17:54 Templates 22:00 Creatures of habit 25:51 Where we are and where we’re going 35:36 More info 37:30 Contact info 37:47 Outro Links Docs: App Engine Studio (Quebec) LinkedIn Mail Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
Join the TechNow team as they go through everything you need to know about the most efficient way to get work done on the Now Platform: Workspace. In this episode the team will cover: An overview of Workspace, Understanding the personas involved with the Workspace experience, Exploring and configuring Workspace, Insights into the Workspace roadmap. Topics 00:00 Introductions 02:53 Agenda and related topics 04:45 Introduction to workspaces 16:15 Question: Pricing 17:16 Demo 20:35 Guided Setup 23:05 Categories & lists 27:15 Record view 28:20 Form Header 31:10 The ribbon 34:48 Form layout 36:55 The landing page and UI Builder 41:05 Adding a report 45:25 Setting the landing page order 47:02 Playbooks 51:07 Another peek at UI Builder 51:50 Top takeaways 52:18 Q & A 54:55 Event announcements 56:55 Sign off Links Knowledge 2021 Digital Experience Developer Portal Now Experience UI Framework Webinar: TechNow 78: Building Now Experience Components About: TechNow is a monthly show for ServiceNow admins, developers, and builders on a wide variety of platform features.
Topic: Topic: Brad Tilton shows us how to create parameter screens to make input easier on the mobile app. About: Live Coding Happy Hour is a weekly show provided by the ServiceNow Developer Program. Each week join as the Developer Advocate team along with guests work on a developing and enhancing real applications with unscripted and unprepared examples. See how experts at ServiceNow problem solve and learn new parts of the Now Platform.
Topic: On this episode, join Chuck, and Brad as they explore he new mobile card builder in Quebec. Prior to this release, you could pick from a variety of pre-built card layouts. Now with Q, you can finally design your own! About: Creator Toolbox is a weekly show provided by the ServiceNow Developer Program. Each Tuesday, join the Developer Advocate team and guests as they showcase the platform tools you need to get your job done quickly.
ServiceNow Developer Advocate Andrew Barnes joins me to talk about his favorite Quebec developer features. Quebec is the latest release with a lot of goodness you won’t want to miss. Topics Introduction UI Builder Record Producer action Script tracer Command Line Interface Application customization Flow Designer Flow Designer content filtering (Paris) DevOps & CI/CD Ending Links Email Developer Portal Product documentation Twitter Community LinkedIn Listen Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
If you are building Now Experience UI Framework Components, you will probably need your components to interact with the ServiceNow database. To do that from a component, you’ll need to use the Http Effect API. This post will walk through using the Http effect to consume the REST Table API to display the number and short description from the latest incident in a ServiceNow PDI. It may not be the most practical use case, but the goal is to show an easy way to interact with ServiceNow data from a component.
We have spent some time recently, through both blogs and Live Coding Happy Hour, diving into the Now Experience UI Framework launched in the Orlando release. Since we may not be coming back to that subject on the show for a little while I’m going to do a quick recap on what we’ve learned so far through the three episodes we’ve done on Now Experience Components and share some helpful resources.
If you are trying to build your first component on a personal developer instance(PDI), you will run into some issues. ServiceNow is aware of the problems, and we will have them fixed up for you. In the meantime, here are the workarounds. Component Building for PDIs The company code for PDIs are numbered, and web components can’t start with numbers. The now-cli automatically inserts your scope name into the component name, thus causing the issue.
It has been a pleasure writing blogs on the platform features we believe developers want to know about and their changes during the Early Access period of the Orlando Release. I hope you have found them to be useful and relevant to you as a developer. The Developer Blog will continue to seek out topics for technical deep dives as we exit the release season. One more thing! Wait, we can’t go just yet, you say?