Update - Web service headers and empty JSON responses
We've updated the web services tool on the platform. It is now possible to read not only the response body, but also the response headers. You are able to define a variable 'as' for all the attributes in the header when using an HTTP Request action event. Also, we've added proper handling for 'empty' JSON body responses that contain a 204 status code.
We made a video how you can assign response headers to a data model
You are now able to read attributes in the response header
For example, sometimes access tokens are placed in the response headers. If so, you can now read the access token from the response header and use it to authenticate the next request.
New feature - Visibility conditions to subviews
We added visibility conditions to subviews so you can specify which moments a subview must appear or not. You could already use business roles to show the right subview (related data of the source object) to the right users. With this new feature you can navigate your end users even more.
Use visibility conditions to subviews to specify under which conditions a subview is shown or not
Visibility conditions are created at the bottom of the edit subview form. Go in builder mode and select the gear icon on the right of a subview. You can define conditions rows based on the current user in the application, the source object where the subview is related to, or you can use an expression.
Update - Time property
We updated the time property in the back office module. You can now visually select hours, minutes and seconds with the visual clock picker. Press the time icon on the left of the component and the clock picker appears.
Select hours, minutes and second visually by the clock picker