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Customer Orders & Payments Drilldown


Last updated on September 29, 2020

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Drilldown Template

This template provides a No-code example of a customer maintenance application with drilldown capabilities to view orders and payments.

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Routines

The business logic for the application's functionality can be found within Routines that appear under the Logic tab in the Visual Designer. Routines can be tied to widget events, such as a button click.

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