What's new in Swift Release 22 in December?

Default Grid View / Card View

With this release of Swift, Users now have the option of selecting a grid view or a card view as their default view.

Simply go to the app designer studio and choose the default view you want the end user app to display.

Grid View

Card View

Card View

Hide / Show Grid View / Card View

With this release of Swift, Users can now show either the card view or the grid view, or hide any view completely. And since you can pick card or grid view configurations easily in the app designer studio, there will be no need to do so in the end user app.

Just navigate to the app designer studio and select either or both options based on your preferences.

Improved Dashboard KPI Widget

With this release of Swift, KPI widget can now be customized more by users. Users may add icons, pick a color scheme, change the typeface, and more.

Just navigate to the app designer studio, select the dashboard editing option for the app you like to modify, choose the widget option, and then configure it to your preference.

Mobile View
Tablet View

Roles-based rights on screens (business analysts only)

With this release of Swift, Users now may manage their security and grant access to whichever business analyst they need.


Public Forms

With this release of Swift, Users can now create Public Forms, which are available without authentication and are similar to Google Forms.

These forms can be used for applications for jobs, surveys, questionnaires, and contact forms.


Some example of Public Forms:

The ability to create “disposable” experimental processes and apps opens up the untapped potential of the enterprise to address business problems with an unprecedented agility and positive innovation energy.

How Swift provides the game-changing capability?

Most low-code, no-code platforms evolved as the next-phase of the original development tools, built a decade or two ago, and still follow the same development mindset in their DNA. Although they’ve tried their best to make them easy for the business analysts and the users, majority have fallen short.

To bring about the real paradigm shift and benefits of a low-code/no-code platform, a grounds-up rethinking was required to work at a meta-data level, and incorporate at the core of the architecture, the latest and greatest advancements in web and mobile technologies, integration, security, analytics and cloud-based server frameworks. 


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