An alternative to the K2 worklist control is a web-based Calendar view to display a user’s tasks. This Outlook-style calendar allows users, at a glance, to view tasks that are upcoming, due and overdue. In this blog post you’ll learn how to implement a calendar-based worklist in K2.
Offline forms in K2 provide a powerful capability to build forms that can be used for information management and workflow task processing while the user’s device is offline. A typical use case is to capture information – for example enter meeting notes and outcomes, upload photos with geolocation offline – directly on an iOS or Android smart device while travelling or in areas with no internet connectivity.
K2 ListViews are flexible and extremely feature rich, though in some instances, a simple read-only HTML table populated with database records will do. In this article we will show how to create a simple read-only HTML table populated by data in a SQL database.
Slowly but surely the world is moving to Cloud-based solutions. In K2’s latest version, SourceCode added the REST Service Broker to the SmartObject Services Tester tool. So, how do you create a REST Service Instance in K2?
In this blog, we will show how to use the “Plan per slot (No destination)” feature in K2 to loop through a list of items and execute a set of events for each item in a K2 workflow – this is a pattern required for older versions of K2.
I recently encountered a scenario on a very complicated SmartForm where, whenever I tried to add an ‘Execute another rule’ rule to my form, it presented me with this very weird error. It read as follows: Widget Error:Unable to get property ‘text’ of undefined or null reference.
Loading times play a significant part in every application and effectively managing a K2 SmartForm application’s loading time is not a straightforward task. Many factors contribute to slow performance, but, one of the most common causes of slow performance within a K2 SmartForm application is cluttered forms.
Several people asked me how to implement a custom JSON Service Broker for K2. There are a few examples out there, but this is a quick reference that will get you up and running.
The first step is to create a custom K2 Service Broker. To create a basic service broker, follow the steps in the previous blog post – “How to create a custom service broker”