Now Experience UI Framework: landscape of the future

1. Now Experience Framework — where to start?

2. Application Development — basic concepts

  1. App shell — this record defines an application environment. This is the place where you declare basic look&feel and functionality of your app in terms of the header, footer, main content area, left-navigation etc. There are several out-of-the-box app shells available for developers, so you don’t need to create it from scratch.
  2. Experience — this is where you configure the corresponding app shell and define global application properties.
  3. App Config — app config is a bundle of all application pages. This is the primary place where your application UI/UX is located. And this is where you will be working most of the time with UI builder.

3. Development in UI Builder — what you need to know

5. Core Data Management Components

6. Application Development — summary

7. Component development — pushing limits of ServiceNow

What’s next?

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