Ways to Use Wrival

"It's still web development, it's just way easier!"

What Wrival Can Be Used For

  • AJAX-driven Websites – Pure AJAX-driven websites can still behave like a traditional website. Browser navigation buttons, history, and bookmarks can still work and, with server-side Wrival, SEO doesn't have to be compromised either.
  • Fast and Easy App Builds – Wrival presents a much easier and often a more practical alternative to building apps using frameworks like Backbone.js or AngularJS.
  • App Back-end Manager – Also, Wrival CMS perfectly complements app builds into all the platforms using Phonegap or the Intel XDK. Imagine giving your apps web services and having a complete tool-set for managing it all.
  • Custom Web Services – Easily manage your data and make it reusable for other web apps. Have the output of database tables available as plain text, JSON, or XML and use the built-in page permissions and condition testing for authorizing who can access it.

Building a Template

A template is what makes up the overall look and feel of your site. Once this is in place you can simply create web pages that use it. This means that for each page you create you simply just assign it a template and all you are responsible for is the content for the page. Then the look and navigation will already be provided for it when the page is requested.

Select a Template Use the Layout Tool Make it Yours
There are lots of templates to choose from and they are each easily adjusted to make room for whatever you need as all the shapes are made of flexible divs. Or you can simply upload your own. The layout tool allows to adjust the sizes and positioning of all the elements, borders, shadows, opacity, and so on. You may also edit the source.
Use for Web Pages

Setup Shared Data

One of the coolest things about Wrival is that you can setup shared data without any hardcore technical knowledge. If you know how to read and understand the basic concept behind spreadsheets then you certainly can use the Wrival database object type. Consider the following.

A Products Database is often reflected in search results, category and item views, shopping carts, order reviews and receipts, and even the confirmation email. A second database table may be made for different categories. There are countless ways to use these powerful and flexible data structures.

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Category View Standard Sizes Shopping Cart

Without a centralized database, each of those pages would have to be written individually to reflect each of the products. Sound like a lot of work? Not with a database!

Searching Content

Find a type-o? Or maybe you want to change a term throughout the website. Simply search the term and all content that it is in shows up and links directly to the appropriate tools. Save, publish, done. Beats drowning in directory structures!