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 +====== Next Steps ======
 +When you can create a simple page and access your data, learn about these important basics:
  
 +  * [[dglux5_wiki:​bindings:​home|Bindings]] – Create graphical elements that change based on live data.
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 +  * [[dglux5_wiki:​actions:​home|Actions]] – Create dynamic interfaces that respond to user interactions.
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 +  * [[dglux5_wiki:​dataflow:​home|Dataflow]] – Use a visual programming environment that requires no coding. Dataflow is necessary for [[dglux5_wiki:​dataflow:​working_with_tables:​home|loading data tables]] that drive your graphical elements, and it enables you to fully customize the logic behind your application. ​
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 +To optimize the design process, learn about these concepts:
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 +  * [[dglux5_wiki:​widgets_and_property_inspector:​components:​symbols:​home|Symbols]] – Reuse an object, with some properties identical and other properties dynamic across instances. Symbols can streamline the design process, and they are required for repeaters and callouts. ​
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 +  * [[dglux5_wiki:​workspace_and_workflow:​panels_and_menus:​widget_palette|Widgets]] – Share DGLux5 elements across pages, projects, and users.
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 +  * [[dglux5_wiki:​workspace_and_workflow:​projects_and_files:​home|Templates]] – Enable your team to start projects with specified pages and other elements already designed.
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