BRYTER covers all areas of full-stack no-code development, from prototyping your first idea to the final delivery of a fully embedded and integrated application. Maintenance and changes within the application can be achieved within BRYTER without any IT resources. It allows you to build applications without any coding skills. In this article, you will find a high-level description of the different parts of the BRYTER Platform.
No-Code Building Editor
The editor is the core of the BRYTER Platform where tools and applications (consisting of Modules, Databases, and Data Views) are built and maintained. The editor allows you to create the business logic and processes of your application in a no-code, visual graph builder. In the no-code editor, authors can choose between different building blocks (“nodes”, “actions”, and "values") and components to build a module. The different building blocks can be assembled to build all sorts of different modules with different input and output sources, workflows, and processes.
Modules can be displayed in a Published Application or shared via URL once they are published. Most final applications will also include databases or integrations.
BRYTER automatically provides a fully responsive UI (User Interface) that works on any device with your own branding and styles. The interface can be used to connect with your business frontend and to embed tools directly into existing solutions.
BRYTER allows the managing and controlling of the release of applications into multiple environments. It is also possible to control the level of access and utilize different authentication mechanisms on a per-module basis.
The BRYTER Platform allows businesses to integrate all tools built into internal or external databases and with third-party vendors. Tools built on BRYTER can be easily embedded into your IT infrastructure. An integration layer lets you integrate with everything from modern APIs to legacy systems and everything in between.
Preview or Development environment
BRYTER allows you to test any applications built in a development environment (“preview”). It is possible to quality check and sanity check the tools, validate the business logic, and streamline the interface using preview to quickly test your module. You can also preview a handover process without involving another person. Use the option "Change theme" to preview different themes. By clicking the gear wheel you can access extended settings. Switching on "Preview Environments" allows you to view your module in popular corporate software environments.
❗ Please note that some features are restricted in the preview mode, for example, you cannot test emails, integrations, and case databases.
Switch between themes in the preview mode
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Default View on Desktop (left) and Mobile (right)
Your BRYTER Workspace provides a central hub to manage and control access to your applications (Applications) and Templates.
It provides an overview of all published and developed Applications modules. It also allows you to manage access to the modules and to add collaborators.
The business consulting team at BRYTER has put together a range of templates to enable authors to start building Applications faster. Templates can be used as the starting point or as inspiration for additional use cases and best building practices.
Data Management and Statistics
A statistics area enables you to access the data generated by your applications and to track, analyze, and measure performance. Additionally, it allows you to explore the module usage on a granular level and view every detailed response from end-users.
The admin area provides admins with the possibility to inspect and control the usage of BRYTER on an organizational level. The admin area offers an overview of all applications within a tenant as well as all users. For more information refer to Admin Console.