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Building Execution Apps and Instruments in the Studio

The Celonis Studio provides a low-code development environment to seamlessly create, edit, manage and publish execution instruments and execution apps. App creators can publish to Apps with version control and permission management enabling life-cycle management or package and publish execution apps and instruments in Marketplace.

This is an intro to the Studio and Apps to give you a first overview. To learn how to use these, please register for our App Creator Training Track provided by Celonis Academy. The training is launched on 28th October 2020. For more details, please refer to the dedicated Studio and Apps documentation.

Part 1: Welcome to the Studio and Apps

Welcome to Studio and Apps.

In this video, you will learn about Studio and Apps and how to access them.

 

In addition, we created extensive documentation on Studio and Celonis Apps to get you started building, customizing and using Execution Apps and Execution Instruments.

Part 2: Navigating in Studio

In this video, you will learn how to navigate to Studio and Apps.

 

You will also learn about the key navigation element of the Studio and how to use it

Some benefits of the Studio include:

  • Package concept to packaging different asset types either as Instruments or Apps

  • Collapsible navigation bar with folder structure and drag-and-drop sorting to organize and access assets

Part 3: What is a package?

A package bundles a set of assets that - taken together - result in analytical and execution capabilities for your business users. In this video, we explain which assets packages contain:

 

Part 4: Getting to know package assets

Learn about many benefits of the studio such as

 
Part 5: How to create a package
 
  1. Click on "Create Package"

  2. Enter a name

  3. Choose the type of package you want to create

  4. Click "Create"

We will also create a Data Model Variable together.

Part 6: How to create assets and publish a package

 

Last but not least, you will learn how to create assets and publish packages to Apps.

Learn about many benefits of the Studio such as

  • Creating new Views based on templates to speed up the creation process

  • Extending existing Views to build Execution Apps on scale