Model Editor

1. Introduction

    The model editor can be used to edit and run the model. There are many ways to edit the model in the model editor. The model editor also integrates model-related documents, knowledge and experience.

    Through the model editor, you can understand some characteristics of dynamic model programming.

2. How to edit the model

    The model editor mainly has the following methods for editing models.

  • Model form
    The model form dynamically generates a form through the model's descriptor (class), and edits the model through the form. This is the main editing method of the model editor.
  • XML Editor
    The XML editor can directly edit the code of the model. This function is generally used as an auxiliary function for pasting, copying and modification of model codes.
  • Wizard
    Edit the model step-by-step through the wizard. Third parties can develop wizards for models.
  • Command
    Commands are a way to edit a model primarily by typing commands through the keyboard.     

3. Knowledge and experience

     Related documentation, examples, etc. for the model.

  • Documentation that comes with the model
    The documentation that comes with the model can be viewed in the model editor. Documentation is mainly displayed in the model form and in the summary column.
  • Help the elves
    Help genies can often provide documentation and tools. When the help wizard is opened, click a model in the model editor, and the registered documents and examples will be displayed in the help wizard. Third parties can write documentation and examples for models and register them with helper sprites.
  • System Documentation and Examples
    The documentation and examples of the system are usually the documentation and examples of the model framework, and third parties can also write documentation and examples and register them in the documentation and examples of the system.

4. Auxiliary tools

     Some accessibility features for editing and working with models.

  • Model menu
    Models can customize menus, and third parties can also register models' menus. The menu is generally used to perform some functions of the model, such as running a model.
  • Tools and Tips
    Tools and hints are a background function in the model editor, used to provide some assistance and hints for the model. For example, check in the background and give prompts, or give some common tools, etc. Third parties may develop and register related tools.

5. Features

    Through the introduction of the model editor, you can probably understand the main features of dynamic model programming customization and third-party extension. XWorker always believes that the dynamic model can play its role better when more people use it.

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