Low-code modeling capabilities dramatically enrich cplace and reduce the need for customer-specific hard-coded solutions. By using Low-Code, you can generate value much faster and more cost-effectively.

cplaceJS, also known as Low-code is JavaScript code that is executed inside cplace and can be edited by end users. Selective Java objects from cplace can be addressed with cplaceJS through wrapped classes. Currently cplaceJS is compatible with JavaScript ES5. Using it with ES6 features is not possible at the meantime.

Power users and solution architects with basic programming knowledge are able to implement logic and processes with cplaceJS inside the user interface, at runtime in the existing infrastructure.

On the following pages you will find recipe-like examples that show you how to use cplaceJS effectively.

You will also find a detailed API description for all cplaceJS usages.

Please note that this documentation as well as the Low-Code features of cplace are still in progress. We will regularly add new API's, functions and of course documentation and examples.

For more information regarding the architecture of cplaceJS, see this documentation: cplaceJS docs

If you haven't found what you were looking for or you have ideas on how we can make Low-Code in cplace even better? Please do not hesitate to connect in our Discuss community at discuss.cplace.io and contact us.