Evoke Widgets

Widgets are the UI input/display/image control options that can be selected and included within the App design being built with Evoke.
Used as part of Evoke Screen Templates, inside Segments, they are fundamental to the App functions. Widgets provide and configure the different User Interface (screen display) areas in your app.
Widgets provide many different UI options for you to use in your app design including:
  • Data input such as textboxes, textareas, textbox with buttons, textbox lookups, time pickers, date pickers, password entry, etc

  • Data display such as displayboxes, labels, Multiline lables, displaybox with button, textblock, etc

  • Functional UI such as barcode scan, QR code scan, Signature entry, file upload/download, PDF upload download, etc

  • Select options such as static and dynamic droplists, radio buttons, check boxes, etc

  • Image control such as display image, upload new image, static and databound images, image zoom, static text, etc

  • Selections such as select and show drop list, selection with button, Read via Key, etc

  • Plus many many other Widgets and Widget options

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Widgets work in conjunction with the styling available in Evoke that controls:
  • Colors

  • Font style and size

  • Spacing

  • Backgrounds

  • and many other UI display options

The best place to see comprehensive list of "Widgets" available to use in the Evoke together with some of the different options that can be configured on each Widget is by using the Evoke Example App.
This app has been created, using Evoke, and is deployed as a live app at Review Evoke Example App. The specific URL is https://www.appevoke.com/ExampleApp