(Is a starting element of a screen flow)
(Is a screen flow element that represents a well-known URL outside your eSpace. You can connect your screen flow elements to it)
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The Interface layer of an eSpace is where you have all elements used to design end-user interfaces and it is also where you defined the end-user interaction sequence.
The Screen Flows folder contains the main elements of your end-user interfaces, as well as the definition of their interaction sequence by linking them with connectors. For example, for a Web application you have here your Web Screens, Entry Points, External Sites, etc.
There are two types of screen flows:
Web Flows: the end-user interaction is made using a Web browser. See the Overview of Web Flows;
SMS Flows: the end-user interaction is made using a mobile device and SMS. See the Overview of SMS Flows.
Use more than one Screen Flow to group and organize elements in a logical way.
The Image folder contains all Static Images used to design your application. Learn more about Using Static Images.
In case of a multilingual eSpace, a static image can be translated to other languages using localized images. Learn how to use Multilingual Support.
You can reference and use images from other eSpaces. Learn how to Use Static Images References.
The Themes folder contains all Themes with the different looks and feels that you can apply to your application. Learn more About Themes.
You can reference and use themes from other eSpaces. Learn how to Use Theme References.
The Multilingual Locales folder lists all Locales for the languages to which your eSpace can be translated. Learn how to use Multilingual Support.
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