The End-user Interface is what your user sees when they use your Application and any component of this Application, such as Published Modules, Data Views, or Published Applications.
For instance, the image below shows how a Multi-Input Node appears in your BRYTER editor.
The image below shows how that same Multi-Input Node will appear to your end-users in the End-user Interface.
Access the End-user Interface
You can see a preview of the end-user interface by selecting Preview from the top navigation bar in the BRYTER editor. In Preview Mode you have the option to view your module as it would appear on the user's device. Switch between a Desktop View and a Mobile View by selecting the respective icon or trying different themes.
You can give your users access to published Modules by sending them the TEST or LIVE link of your Module, or by embedding your Module on a website or intranet solution.
[ 1 ] Node
Nodes from your BRYTER editor are displayed to your users as shown above. For instance, this is how a Multi-Input Node appears on the End-user Interface. Here your users can interact with your Nodes and provide responses.
[ 2 ] Come back later and restart this page
When you publish your Module, you can choose to give your users the option to save their Modules and pick up at a later time. When you do so, it appears on the End-user Interface as shown above. The GIF below shows what happens when your user chooses the Save and continue later option.
[ 3 ] Progress bar
The progress bar provides an estimate of how long it will take the user to complete your Module. The progress bar automatically adjusts based on the user's progress, even if certain responses trigger a shorter path through the Module.
[ 4 ] Navigation
End-users can use the navigation buttons to proceed or go back through the Module. The back button can be disabled in the Published Module Configuration.
[ 5] Custom theme
You can customize the theme for your Module to match your corporate identity. Select your custom theme when you publish your Module. For instance, the image below and to the left shows the end-user interface of a Module with the default BRYTER theme. The image to the right shows a Module with the BRYTER black theme.