Mission 3 - Events and Actions

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  1. Mission 3 - Overview

    What you need Welcome to your final mission pack! For those just joining us, we’ve designed these mission packs...

  2. 1: Configure dropdown

    If you’ve been following along, you’ll remember our Driver field is a dropdown field type, associated with the Contacts...

  3. 2: Back Navigation Link

    The Back  link on our New Car screen does not work. Let's fix that. If you are currently not...

  4. 3: Save Car

    Obviously when we add a new car and click “Save” we want it to save. If you are currently...

  5. 4: Call Another Action Set

    On the New Car screen, saving the car should take you back to where you came from. Thing is,...

  6. 5: Required fields & conditionals

    In a number of forms, there will be one or more required fields for the user to fill in....

  7. 6: Redundancy

    Depending on what kind of app you’re running, choosing to run an app on a mobile device like a...

  8. 7: Car List Screen

    Now that we have a handle on how to program objects, let’s head on over to the Car List...

  9. 8: New Car Screen Versions

    Now that we can add a vehicle from our New Car screen, it makes sense that we should be...

  10. 9: Editing a Car

    Previously, we set up the New Car screen with a second version so we could alter it to serve...

  11. 10: The Delete button

    Of course, sometimes you’ll want the ability to get rid of a car from your Car List - for...

  12. 11: Go to contact

    We’ve made a big deal about apps “talking” to one another in the Method environment. Wouldn’t it be handy...

  13. 12: Add checkboxes

    You know what would be awesome? If we could select specific records in the grid and activate and deactivate...

  14. 13: Delete Button Visibility

    The Delete button shouldn't appear if the page is being used to add a new car! It should only...

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