Hierarchy - modules, spaces and items

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By Vít Bilinec

updated 9 days ago

Boost.space has three defined levels

A Boost.space system can have one to several dozen modules activated at once, but thanks to the simple and uniform structure of the system, Boost.space will always be a clear and organized place.


Modules

They are the basic building block of the system in the form of an application or tool. Modules can be added and modified by system administrators and used by all system users.

Examples of modules:

     1. Module Products

     2. Module Tasks

     3. Module Contacts



Spaces

A module can have an unlimited number of spaces and can be created by all users of the system. Only users who have created or been added to space have access to the space.

Examples of spaces:

  1. module Products → Product list space (e.g. organic products, frozen products)
  2. module Tasks → Todolist space (e.g. todolist sales team, todolist support team)
  3. module Contacts → Contact list space (e.g. client database, supplier database)

Items

The content of the individual spaces is the items themselves. As with the spaces, it always depends on the specific module, what the items are and what function they perform. Items can be created and managed by users who have access to the space in which the items are located.

Examples of items:

  1. module Products → space Product list → Product item (e.g. Popsicle Mrož)
  2. module Tasks → space Todolist → Task item (e.g. update database)
  3. module Contacts → space Contact list→ Contact item  (e.g. Michal Novák)


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