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Balázs Bujna has been documenting machinery for technicians and contact center infrastructure for IT engineers before joining Mobilengine as technical writer.



Integration Guide added to Mobilengine Developer Docs

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The Mobilengine Developer Documentation has been expanded once again, and now includes a complete and up-to-date reference guide on data transfer between the Mobilengine Cloud and external systems (a.k.a. integration).

Whether you want to use the Mobilengine Cloud as middleware to push the data submitted by mobile users to your own CMS, or selectively sync company reference data to mobile users, the guide has got you covered.

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Balázs Bujna has been documenting machinery for technicians and contact center infrastructure for IT engineers before joining Mobilengine as technical writer.

Workflow Script Reference Guide Available

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We reached another milestone for the Mobilengine Developer Documentation yesterday: the comprehensive reference guide to the Mobilengine Workflow Scripting Language is online.

In a nutshell, the scripting language lets you process incoming data to the Cloud to let you create, insert, update, or delete reference data items based on user-submitted data or data coming from external integrated systems. Script-based data processing isn’t just a one-way exchange either – create and send messages to integrated external systems, or remotely open forms with custom data on specific users’ mobiles at will! What’s more, scripts can work both server- and client-side to overcome network interruptions.

The Tutorials gave a quick overview of the most-often used workflow scripting operations, but this guide is the final word (so far) in workflow scripting reference. The guide is bristling with working sample code that SDK developers can try and/or tweak to use in their own projects, and we strived hard to make the details transparent.

That said, the documentation now comes with a very handy way to comment or ask questions about anything on the page: simply select a part of the text you’ve got something to say about, click the dialog that pops up, and type away. Looking forward to hearing from you, and watch this space for future updates.

Balázs Bujna has been documenting machinery for technicians and contact center infrastructure for IT engineers before joining Mobilengine as technical writer.

Webforms Reference Guide announcement

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The Mobilengine Developer Documentation is growing and maturing. We are working towards the goal of having Mobilengine SDK developers dip into the online documentation and come away with a comfortable feeling of insight.

On the one hand, our tutorials that take SDK developers from zero to Mobilengine hero in manageable steps have been through numerous reviews, and bugs have been squashed. The shinier new tutorial chapters feature lots of working sample code throughout, and are designed to be completed over a few days’ worth of lunch breaks.

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To complement the hands-on walkthrough, a brand new ‘Webforms Reference Guide’ has been added. The guide is a comprehensive documentation of the Mobilengine Webforms Markup Language that browser-based Mobilengine workflow forms are developed in. Webforms is a recent addition to the Mobilengine SDK, but it’s already becoming essential: apart from web-based forms, forms running on the soon-launching Mobilengine iOS client also speak an updated version of the language. In the new reference guide, details of available form controls and data operations are laid out clearly and consistently, and tons of conveniently highlighted sample code illustrate the syntax.

Many more chapters are in the pipeline, and the existing material is constantly kept up-to-date, so regular visits to https://mobilengine.com/documentation/ are highly recommended.

Balázs Bujna has been documenting machinery for technicians and contact center infrastructure for IT engineers before joining Mobilengine as technical writer.

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