The Developer Console is the home page of template management within the application. All changes made within the DC will automatically reflect in the Generator Console. This allows for an abstraction layer between template developers and configuration consumers if required by a business.
We'll now take a look at the home page of the Developer Console.
Navigating to the Developer Console within the application is trivial. To do so, simply click on the "Developer" link in the application header.
The main content area of the Developer Console displays the Template Table. From here, a user can read and filter through template data. A user may also create and import templates by selecting the corresponding option in the upper left corner of the table.
Underneath the Action column of the Template Table, a user can select the drop-down icon to interact with a specific template. Five choices will appear.
When a user scrolls down to the bottom of the Developer Console, they will notice the Edit Template Tree button. This is used for modifying the organization of templates into a logical hierarchy. Upon selection, a modal will appear allowing users to drag and drop templates into any structure of their liking. They may add and remove new folders as they please.
The Template Tree supports multi-level nesting. A user can have as many levels of depth in the tree as they require.