What is Kintone Customization?



By utilizing the Kintone JavaScript API, the UI/UX of Kintone can be customized, as well as integrated with 3rd party services.

Display and Hide Fields

Fields can be set to be displayed or hidden depending on values selected on a different field.

Show and Hide Fields Using Check Boxes

Field Validations

User inputs can be validated when adding and editing records.

Validation for Table Field Values

Display a Confirmation Dialog when Saving

When saving a record, a dialog can be displayed to confirm the saving of the data. The dialog is displayed using the SweetAlert2 library.

Display Confirmation Messages when Saving Records

Display Maps

Maps can be displayed on Kintone records using Openlayers and OpenStreetMap.

Pin Address Locations on Embedded Maps

Integrate with 3rd Party Services

By utilizing the Kintone REST API, Kintone data can be integrated with 3rd Party Services. For example, data managed in Kintone can be backed up to external systems. Data can also be added, updated and edited from external systems.

Send Google Forms Submissions to Kintone

Data sent through Google Forms can be recorded into Kintone records.

Post Google Forms Responses into Kintone

Send Record Status Updates to Slack

When the statues of Kintone records become updated, this update can be notified into a Slack channel.

Share Process Management Statuses with Slack

Back up Record Data with Azure

When a record is added into Kintone, the data can be stored in an Azure Table Storage.

Back Up Record Data to Azure Storage