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General Overview

In this article, we present to you the main options from Scriptcase’s interface. There are two important screens: project dashboard and applications management interface.

Project Dashboard

The project dash is the first interface you will see once you log into Scriptcase. It’s where you start a new project or select an existing project for editing.

Project dashboard

The main menu contains both Scriptcase’s and project’s general settings, and it is available at the top of the page. Most of the options are related to the project settings and are not available before the project creation.

Main Menu

Toolbar

The toolbar is displayed right below the main menu, where you can find the most frequent used functions used. The toolbar is customizable, and you can create new functions as well as edit the current ones. Learn more about the toolbar by clicking here.

Toolbar

Project List

On this session is displayed a list with all the Scriptcase projects. You can display the project in a gallery or in list (to sort by date, name or creator). You have also a general search option.

Project List

Application management interface

Once you create the project Scriptcase will display the applications management interface, where you can organize all project applications using folders. You are able also to search created applications, sort by date, creator, status, and take some actions such as run, generate, deploy, rename and copy. You can edit one or various applications at a time.

Application management interface

Project Explorer

In this session, you can find all the folders created to organize the applications. There’s also the folder that contains all the applications of the project in one place.

Project Explorer

  • 1 - Folders functions;
  • 2 - Filters;
  • 3 - Folders’ structure;
  • 4 - Application search.

List of Applications

You can view a list of the applications that are in the selected folder in the Project Explorer presented on the left side.

List of Applications

  • 1 - Columns;
  • 2 - Express options;
  • 3 - Footer Options.

Taskbar

This bar holds the tabs of all applications which are open for editing.

Taskbar