Easily creating an application or dashboard to monitor your building data CAN happen in the nick of time with DGLogik’s evolutionary new wizard, Project Assist for DGLux5. Their team has created a “plug and play” wizard that allows users you to start designing and developing data-driven applications with some clicks and drags of a few buttons within a modern-design environment. There are four main menu components that provide a “hand-holding”, design and development experience. Read below.
The Four Main Building Components of Project Assist
Project Navigation is where users build a navigation tree and prepare relativization through device templates. It allows users to build, organize and define an entire project, query and pull in selected devices and data points. Creating a full project hierachy includes: Regions, Campuses, Buildings, Floor Plans, Schedulers, Charts, Alarms, and Custom HVAC Equipment.
Managing Templates is where users define tree components with graphical references, zones and equipment visualizations. It’s essentially where one builds all “user side” graphical assets for the entire project. Import all building models and/or floor plans, link relevant nodes, and create fully customizable building equipment with DGLogik’s stock HVAC library entirely via a drag and drop environment. Have some of your own HVAC Graphics? No problem! Project Assist allows users to easily add their own HVAC graphics to the project!
The style manager gives users project property editability and style element flexibility that helps brand the entire application. Project Assist provides users with the modern necessities to customize applications and projects without having to completely think and create like a designer. Control and customize things like: Colors, Corner Styles (Round or sharp), Shadows & Reflections, Background Images & Watermarks. The best part is that you can save multiple themes and save them as style templates.