This section describes a Forge preview feature. Preview features are deemed stable; however, they remain under active development and may be subject to shorter deprecation windows. Preview features are suitable for early adopters in production environments.
We release preview features so partners and developers can study, test, and integrate them prior to General Availability (GA). For more information, see Forge release phases: EAP, Preview, and GA.
This is an experimental page to test an approach to task-oriented content.
In this case, the task is development of an app using Forge remote capabilities that are currently in Preview.
The idea of this page is to provide developers new to Forge remote app development with a short list of resources that will help them try out Forge remote and ultimately use it in their own apps.
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Forge remote capabilities allow you to integrate a Forge app with REST API services hosted on other platforms.
The Preview release includes the ability to:
Some use cases for these capabilities:
Start with the Forge remote overview page that describes what you can do with Forge remote capabilities and how they work.
Forge remote makes particular use of some sections and properties, runtime APIs, and data structures you might not have encountered before, if you are building your first app that uses Forge remote capabilities.
You don't have to look at these right now, but remember that they're here for future use. You might find them valuable as you look at the Forge remote sample code.
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Reference Forge application (front end code):
Reference Back end endpoints:
The Forge portion of the app demonstrates how to define:
The remote app code demonstrates how to:
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