📄️ Designer layout
Altogic Designer is the core visual development tool you use to design, develop and deploy your backend applications.
🗃️ Defining data model
📄️ Defining expressions
One of the key strengths of Altogic is its flexibility to define expressions.
🗃️ Building no-code services
🗃️ Working with data
🗃️ Defining endpoints
📄️ Creating message queues
Message queues allow different parts of your application to communicate and perform activities asynchronously
📄️ Creating tasks
You can find details about Creating tasks via our documentation page.
🗃️ Working with files
📄️ Managing user sessions
Sessions facilitate secure interactions between an application and its users and apply to.
🗃️ Creating custom nodes
🗃️ Managing environments
📄️ Accessing and running app services
We recommend using Altogic's client API to access and run your app services through your app endpoints
📄️ Rate limiting app services
Rate limiting puts a cap on how often someone can call an endpoint or client library method of your app within a certain timeframe.
📄️ Launching Tester
To test application services in a selected environment via the Designer.
📄️ Creating a new version (snapshot) of application
Snapshots are packages that group your application design elements, namely your models, services, tasks, message queues, and endpoints.
📄️ Configuring user authentication
Altogic allows your application users to authenticate to your application using third-party providers such as Google, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter.
🗃️ Team Management