Bundles are oriented to display several items, or collections in different layouts.
Bundles can display fixed content, that does not change over time, and dynamic content when connected to Bizagi Data such as collections, cases and searches.
The following layouts are available:
Manages the definition of the content to be display whether fixed or Dynamic.
This option adds a collection of fixed items.
Image Gallery and Image Carousel
The following image illustrates options for an Image Carrousel layout:
The following image illustrates options for a Card Link layout:
The following image illustrates options for a List View layout:
Click Add new item to add a new item to the list and click any of the options in order to edit it.
To delete a value, just click the trash icon.
Click Switch to Dynamic Content to fill the bundle with data related to a Stakeholder in your Bizagi Project,
This option adds a collection dynamic data fetched from the Bizagi PaaS project related to the Stakeholder's Collections, Searches or Cases.
Click Switch to Dynamic Content button in order to start the Connection Wizard.
You can connect you bundle using one of the following Connection Types:
Collections are direct or indirect one-to-many relationships between the Stakeholder and another entity. These relationships are created explicitly in the data model in Bizagi Studio.
Searches are configured for a Stakeholder and context in Bizagi Studio. They display any kind of data within the project, and can potentially launch actions for the matching records.
Displays the list of pending cases of a given process, that are currently allocated to the logged user.
For every case, actions can be available if configured in Bizagi Studio. End users can work on a new case by clicking View case option.
Using this option, end users can complete allocated activities from within the Site.
Refer to step 2 of Designing and customizing the experience article in order to see an example of how to connect the bundle.
Click Switch to Fixed Content button in order to fill the bundle with fixed data,