Taking into account the increasing need to ensure online safety, you can publish your models over SSL. To do this, just select Publish > Publish from the top menu or press F10. A window will pop-up in which you have to click on the ‘more-button’ (…).
Paying customers of Berkeley Bridge have there own server, on premise or in the cloud. The server will present the models in the look-and-feel of their own liking, most likely like their own website. However, users on the free license plan can publish their models as well! A demo server is available to them at https://berkeleypublisher.com.
In this article the settings of the Berkeley Studio are briefly described. You can find the settings by going to File > Settings in the Berkeley Studio. The settings window has five tabs, which are discussed below.
Testing your Berkeley Studio model is relatively easy with the Berkeley Runner (see Saving and running your model). However, eventually you will want to test the model online. To do so, you need to publish it. Notice that it is possible to give your model its own layout and style - see branding for more information.