Email widget in Reactive Web applications
Question

Greetings,

I could use the Email widget from Traditional Web Applications. However, this capability seems absent for Reactive Web Applications, surely am I missing something? 

I tried to apply dependencies on Rich Widgets but the Email widget is still missing.


Thanks!

JP

Staff
Solution

Hi JP and Stacey,

 
Emails are now available for reactive applications! To enable the reactive email feature, you'll need to first opt-in to the technical preview. Please check out this post for more details: https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/70800/technical-preview-built-in-emails-for-mobile-and-reactive-web-apps/

Email is not currently available in reactive applications. there are several ways to handle this:

  • Create an email flow in a traditional application and expose the functionality via a REST service and call it from your reactive application
  • Create a table that holds info for emails to be sent and create a regular web application to process table and send emails
  • Use an external email service
  • lots more options


Stacey Levine wrote:

Email is not currently available in reactive applications. there are several ways to handle this:

  • Create an email flow in a traditional application and expose the functionality via a REST service and call it from your reactive application
  • Create a table that holds info for emails to be sent and create a regular web application to process table and send emails
  • Use an external email service
  • lots more options


Thank you Stacey for a very swift reply, and for the suggested alternatives!


Best,

JP


Staff
Solution

Hi JP and Stacey,

 
Emails are now available for reactive applications! To enable the reactive email feature, you'll need to first opt-in to the technical preview. Please check out this post for more details: https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/70800/technical-preview-built-in-emails-for-mobile-and-reactive-web-apps/

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