A record is a distinctly identifiable entity.
At the core of Cerb is a record management system for organizing your team’s data.
Two pieces of information are needed to refer to any record:
The record type (e.g. contact, organization, worker).
The unique numeric identifier (“ID”) within that particular record type. IDs are automatically assigned when a new record is created.
Each record type has a set of fields to describe its attributes. Your
first name and
age would be two fields that describe you.
Fields types determine what type of data is stored in a field.
|Boolean||A true or false value, represented by
|Context||A record type|
|Extension||A plugin extension|
|Float||A floating point number|
|Image||A Base64-encoded images|
|Links||A list of
|Number||An integer (whole number)|
|Object||A collection of keys and their associated values|
|Timestamp||A 32-bit Unix timestamp integer, representing the number of elapsed seconds since January 1, 1970 00:00:00 GMT|
|URL||A web page URL|
Here’s what the fields for a basic worker record might look like for someone on your team: