We’re excited to announce the new app events feature in Forge through an Early Access Program (EAP). This program allows selected Forge developers to fire app events from within a Forge app and execute them in the background.
We’ve used your invaluable feedback to iterate and improve the platform. In the next step of this exciting journey, the Forge apps can fire app events which the Forge platform will execute in the background.
Interested in joining the EAP?
This program gives you a chance to use app events in the Forge app while providing us critical feedback that will help us to iterate upon and improve your app events experience as a developer. To participate in this post add a reply to this topic and we will get in touch with the next steps.
EAP participants will be added to a private category on the developer community, which is the primary channel for feedback from EAP participants.
- App events are scoped to an app.
- App events are executed in parallel by the Forge platform.
- New App events can be pushed as a result of the processing of app events. Enabling sequential processing.
- The status of these events can be tracked from within the app.
This unlocks functionality like, importing bulk data, and running long tasks in the background by breaking it down into multiple app events.
If you have additional feedback, please post a comment below.
The Forge team