This project contains 7 examples demonstrating various modeling techniques.
You can run the application in your browser to see how each part of it works, and then navigate the model in the Tersus Studio to see how this functionality is modeled. You may want to use some of these models as a basis for your own application.
The project is provided as part of the Tersus Studio. When you first install the Tersus Studio, the Examples project is already there. You can modify the model, as with any other project.
Note that since the Examples project was created, several service providers have changed their services, so some parts of the project stopped working. Most of the problems have been corrected in version 2.3.1. You can download the corrected model through the 'Downloads' tab of this project.
Demonstrates how to store files in the database.
The user can select a file from the file system (on the user's machine) and save it in the database (on the server's machine).
All saved files are displayed in a table, and any user can then click on one of them to view its content. Users can also delete files from the database.
Demonstrates 3 typical cases of generating a document from a template:
Uses two mathematical examples to demonstrate the usage of recursive processes in modeling.
Demonstrates the usage of a Web Service providing the exchange rates of various currencies against the dollar.
A second tab ("Load") demonstrates loading the content of an XML document directly from a URI. It loads and displays the official exchange rates of the Bank of Israel. The model also demonstrates parsing of XML documents. For a mobile version of this functionality see this example.
Demonstrates the usage of a Web Service providing the dates of holidays in any given year.
Demonstrates the usage of a Web Service performing a payment through PayPal. Payments are made to a test account (no real money is transferred).
Demonstrates the usage of a Web Service providing one week forecast for any US location according to its zip code.
Demonstrates the usage of the Test Runner Framework, including a specific test of one of the views from the Math perspective.
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