A single process consists of a process name, a logic component, and a parameter.
Unifinity Studio allows you to define the logic to be executed in your Unifinity application by combining multiple processes.
To design a treatment, click [Treatment] on the design screen switching button before operation.
In the next and subsequent chapters, we will assume that the design screen is displayed when switching to [Processing].
What is a logic component?
A "logic component" is a process that accomplishes a specific purpose, such as "performing a numerical calculation," "updating data in a database," or "activating a camera mounted on a device."
Logic components are the smallest unit of processing in a Unifinity application.
What are parameters?
Some logic components require specific information to execute their processes. This information is referred to as "parameters. For example, the logic component "Calculation/AdditionIf it is a "1", the process cannot be executed without the information "the number to be added".
Logic Execution Flow
A single process design file (logic) contains multiple processes, and the processes are executed in order from the top in the list of work areas.
Logic registered in the process definition list will function as the behavior of the Unifinity application by associating it with an event, such as "button" control clicked.