Interactive Apps will be a layer over the existing workflow engine. Basically, it’s a state machine where the nodes are screens with UI objects like tables, charts, and input fields. Tables and charts are based on the datasets calculated by the EasyMorph engine. Every edge is a module. Transitioning between nodes is done via modules.
This will make it possible to create applications with a workflow that depends on user input. For instance, show the user a list of regions (and a few charts with details on regions) and offer to select a region. Then, based on the selection, run a module and go to another screen. Then to another, and so on.
With the Interactive Apps, it will be possible to automate business processes, for instance:
- Onboarding of a new supplier
- Inventory operations
- Sending an order for office supplies to the internal procurement department
- Management of IT infrastructure
I know that’s not much information, but the concept is still in the works and many details may change, so I would be reluctant to share them now.