Sphere ERP is a highly customisable business applications development platform and backend API for your data and file storage and access.
Setup and configuration of an instance of Sphere ERP is done by defining data structures using Structured Query Language alongside resource description using JSON objects.
Other core configurations including search options, business intelligence charts, the Sphere ERP web user interface user roles and permissions are also configured using JSON objects.
The Sphere ERP API endpoints respond with JSON data which can be used to build full fledged applications for web, mobile, IoT and other platforms.
This documentation assumes you have working knowledge of SQL and JSON.
Okay kids, let's get down to it. Select a documentation item below to see how it works.
Sphere web UI
Information on how to navigate through the Sphere ERP web user interface.
This is where your all your application and API backend data is stored. All your system and configuration data is also stored here.
Here you create JSON configs on how your data is inserted, retrieved, modified, deleted and rendered on both the Sphere ERP user interface and API endpoints.
Data visualizations configurations.
User roles and permissions
Here you provide permissions to authenticated users and user groups on what actions they can perform and what resources they have access to.
Authorize users to access Sphere ERP components without having a Sphere ERP account using JSON Web Tokens (JWT).
Here you configure components including dashboard charts, search, and the accounting documents on your dashboard.
An overview of the Sphere ERP API endpoints, requests and responses.
Custom functions and scripts.