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Designing applications for reuse and extension

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Save time and speed up your application development process by designing your applications for reuse and extension. When you create reusable elements, such as rules and classes, you can implement them again in future projects, to make your work more efficient.

For example, if you create a rule that defines a service-level agreement, you can include this rule in any future cases that you design. At the same time, you improve the flexibility of your projects because you can select from specific elements that your current business project requires.
  • Naming conventions for records

    Give informative and descriptive names to the records that you create in Pega Platform, such as rules and data instances, to help you manage your resources and provide quick context for other developers. As a result, you speed up application development and promote reuse across your application.

  • Rules in Pega Platform applications

    A rule is a basic building block of an application that defines its behavior. Pega Platform applications contain many types of rules that specify different types of behavior. Because rules are reusable, by implementing them, you can save time and resources when you build your application.

  • Referencing properties

    Provide the data necessary to process your cases by referencing information in the form of properties. When you refer to a property, your application calls a specific piece of information, such as a customer phone number or an address.

  • Managing relevant records and components

    Save time during application development by reusing elements such as relevant records and components.

  • Creating an activity

    Create an activity by selecting Activity from the Technical category.

  • Creating binary file rules

    Enhance and customize your application by creating a binary file rule that stores a graphics file, such as an image, or other non-text file. The binary file rule type provides the security, inheritance versioning, and deployment benefits of rule resolution to a file.

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