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In this advanced example, you are going to learn advanced Actyx Pond programming concepts by exploring a simplified real-world production use case implemented on the Actyx platform.

This tutorial is divided into several sections:

  • The Solution architecture section, outlines the different components of the installation
  • The Getting started chapter explains how to run the apps locally
  • The Project section explains how the project is structured
  • The Business logic explains how the app logic is implemented using Actyx Pond
  • The Packaging guide explains how you can package the apps for different platforms
  • The Next steps chapter provides ideas on how to further work on and improve this example project

The Use Case

We will cover a typical production use case in this tutorial. In this imaginary, yet realistic factory setup there is a factory worker who is responsible for creating and managing production orders on a mobile device and a machine equipped with a Wago PLC. Additionally, there is a monitor mounted on a stand next to the machine to display the production orders on a dashboard (see figure below).

What you need

To understand this advanced Actyx tutorial, you should know the fundamentals of how to build an app using the Actyx Pond. This tutorial builds on skills taught in the chat app tutorial. Specifically, you should know how to do the following:

  • How to install and start Actyx
  • Write a local twin using the Actyx Pond programming framework

In addition, you will need:

  • A good understanding of TypeScript
  • A good understanding of React
  • an hour or two for completing this tutorial

What you'll learn

  • How a real-world Actyx solution is implemented
  • What the building blocks of an Actyx app are
  • How to import order data into Actyx
  • How to integrate with machines
  • How to build dashboards and mobile apps with Actyx
  • How to package apps for different platforms

What you'll do

  • Explore the implementation of three different apps
  • Run these apps on your machine
  • Import production order data into Actyx
  • Integrate a machine PLC with Actyx
  • Package the apps for mobile, desktop and Docker
Need help?

If you run into problems or want to give feedback, you are welcome to join our Discord chat, visit our community forum, raise an issue in the GitHub repo or write us an e-mail to [email protected].