We found 34 matches for: User Interface

An overview of all User Interface blocks currently available, updated daily!

UI: HTML from component

Accepts a component and returns the given HTML. Does NOT verify if the HTML is actually valid.


UI: create new component

Helps users create a new component. As soon as the component is created this block will be replaced by the new component which can also be selected in the search.

UI: element event

An event that can be added to HTML elements. As soon as the element loads, the event will be triggered and a uicomponent can be returned

UI: download file

Sends a request to the frontend to download a given file


UI: open PDF in browser

Opens the given file in the browser. If the browser does not support that action the file will be downloaded


UI: go back

Will route the user back to the previous page.



UI: go forward

Will route the user back to the page forward.



UI: go to page

Will redirect the user into the new page.

UI: component from HTML

Accepts HTML and returns the given HTML as a component. Does NOT verify if the HTML is actually valid.


UI: current language

Returns the current language used by the rendered page.


UI: close modal

Closes a modal based on the selected outlet. If no outlet is selected it will close the modal that was last opened

UI: close notification

Closes a notification based on the selected outlet. If no outlet is selected it will close the notification that was last opened

UI: activate on scan

This activates the on scan listener if it was previously deactivated



UI: deactivate on scan

This deactivates the on scan listener. It can be activated later on again by calling the activate on scan action



UI: on scan

Connected function will be executed on enter or if the maxlength is reached. The input will be cleared after every enter or after 1 second of inactivity. The on scan will try to set the element value if an outlet is selected

UI: reload

Reloads the current page the user is viewing.



UI: validate form

Validate form is used when there is a frontend involved. If a user sees a form in the frontend all the inputs and their validation will be saved in the backend. These saved inputs can be used to automatically validate the form for that user.

UI: validate object

Validate object is used when there is no frontend involved. If an object from an api request needs to be validated we do not have a form to work. If a frontend is involved and the receives inputs with validation the validate form can be used.