A note about terminology used in this documentation. There are a few terms we'll use that have alternate meanings, and you may be more familiar with the other definitions. We feel it's important for us to clarify the terminology below.
- Organization - Your company or product that is integrating with Joyfill.
- Group - One of your customers or an entity you want to group a set of templates, documents and users underneath.
- User - An individual interacting with the Joyfill Platform.
- Organization User - An individual/employee within your organization. For instance, one of your developers.
- Group User - An individual/employee that belongs to one of your customers.
- Template - A saved Form or PDF that will be filled out via a user or populated via API request repeatedly.
- Document - A filled out template or a single use document.
- Template Instance - A document that was generated from a Template.
- Single Instance - A document that is generated and meant to be used only once.
- Library - A saved list of Templates.
The Joyfill platform supports documents and templates. Documents and templates both share a similar data structure (the JoyDoc). Documents and templates provide a way to organize and utilize the data based on its intended use case within your product or service. By sharing a similar data structure it makes it really easy to work with documents and templates together/interchangeably.
A template is a saved set of fields, layouts, styles, etc. that will be populated via api request or filled out by a user repeatedly.
When you fill out a template it generates a document from the original template structure and schema.
The template type is used to power template style workflows.
The document type is the default and general purpose type for managing the Joyfill document data.
The document type can represent a single instance document, an instance of a filled out template and much more.
Updated about 2 months ago