Welcome to our database documentation. Here, we shall look in detail at the model and structure of the Genesis database, and the different ways you can interact with it.
Before you start doing anything clever, there are some useful basics that will give you an understanding of the way the Genesis database works.
Start by looking at how you can define your data model, which is built on fields, tables and views.Read more
Find out about read, write and subscribe operations and how each operation works.Read more
Finally, have a look at the different entities used in the Genesis low-code platform.Read more
Interacting with the database
Once you know the basics, you can explore the details of how you can interact with the database.
Look at the database interface for the standard methods of interacting with the database.Read more
View the helper classes for details of classes such as Subscription, Write Result and Modify Details.Read more
Async and RxJava APIs
The Async API is the preferred API for accessing the database in Kotlin. The RxJava API is also available.Read more
Explore specific APIs, such as the Event Handler API or the Authorisation API.Read more