This blog’s main theme is AppGini and its ecosystem. AppGini is a desktop application that you can use to easily design a database and create a web application. It could be a small app to manage appointments, or a bigger one for managing inventory, sales, purchases, manufacturing, .. you name it. Anything that has a database can be started with AppGini.
For example, if an agent adds a new order, send an email notification to inventory and accountant. Add reports to show sales by region, sales by agents, and monthly sales summary. Disable/hide some fields in a form for some user roles but allow other roles to access them. The list goes on and on.
This blog tries to explore ways to extend AppGini using hooks. We also have a more in-depth resource for learning hooks and making the best use of them: Our online customization course. With 4.5 hours of on-demand videos, 30 code examples with full source code, and life-time access, this course can be a great tutorial and reference for you. Check the intro video below.