Create and manage your connected pages and custom forms within Skedulo.
Tip! Access to the admin settings is provided via the user profile button (at the top-right of the console).
Enable developer mode to start creating and developing connected pages. When enabled, Skedulo will be connected with the Connected Pages SDK.
Note: The Skedulo SDK must be installed and running to be able to connect to Skedulo. It will be automatically disabled once the connection is closed.
The default value is OFF (Disabled).
Figure 1. Enable or disable developer mode using the buttons provided.
In the mobile app section the following settings can be configured:
Mobile App Pages
The "Upload Form" button supports uploading and deploying zipped custom forms (*.tar.gz). Compiled and zipped forms can be deployed from this modal by uploading them as gzipped tar files. These archives will need to contain all files necessary to deploy forms and are restricted to a 15mb size limit. This tool is particularly useful when custom forms are ready for production after testing has been completed in development environments and need to be deployed.
The "Publish" button allows admins to "turn off" views or pages they do not use or do not want to expose to their schedulers.
Figure 2. The admin settings for connected pages for the mobile app.
Figure 3. How to upload a zipped custom form file.
In the web app section the following settings can be configured:
Web App Pages.
Connected pages can enhance the capabilities of your Skedulo implementation. The web app comes with a "GraphiQL" connected page pre-installed. Install the Skedulo SDK to begin creating your own customized solutions.
The GraphiQL page can be used to query the Skedulo APIs. To begin, select it from the list (check the box) and click the "Publish" button. A new "GraphiQL" button will appear in the navigation menu bar.
Example queries are provided and can be executed or run using the "play" button in the top bar.
Figure 4. The admin settings for web app connected pages.
Figure 5. Publishing the GraphiQL connected page.
Figure 6. Using GraphiQL to query for queued jobs using the Skedulo APIs.