Widgets are the UI input/display/image control options that can be included within the App being built with Evoke. Used together with Templates, inside Segments, they are fundamental to the App functions. The following is a summary of the base Widgets available within Evoke. Most of these Widgets can be further configured to provide 3 or 4 different Widget options.
A clickable button element
A textbox and button combination to allow entry and reading of a specified record key
A checkbox widget for true/false values
Triggers a slection activity, against a specified DataSource, as the user types into the Widget
A display only checkbox widget
Displays selection results (from the specified DataSource) in dropdown window as the user types into the Widget
A checkbox and button compound widget
A textbox and button comnination with selection activity being triggered when the button is clicked
A custom implemented widget (creates all the Visual Studio hooks to hang the custom code on)
A textbox and button combination with a dropdown window displayed (showing the results of the selection for the user to select from) that is displayed when the button is clicked
A dropdown widget for capturing date values or on mobile devices a trigger to use the native datepicker e.g. a date scroll wheel
A signature display and capture box.
A non-editable textbox and button compound widget
A block of read-only static text. This input for this widget can be just straight text OR HTML which can be used to format the static text
A non-editable textbox for displaying information
A textbox and button combination compound widget
Displays an image - this widget request additional information regarding the size, path etc for the image
An editable lookup widget
A button widget that allows an image file to be picked from a computer (file manager) or created via a camera on the mobile device and uploaded
An editable lookup widget that also has a Button allowing Evoke Click Actions to be invoked.
A non-editable display of a fixed area for multiple lines of text data
An editable single line text input widget for alpha-numeric or numeric values
A dropdown list of options for data values that have to be selected from a range of allowable values
A dropdown widget for capturing time values or on mobile devices a trigger to use the native timepicker e.g. a time scroll wheel
A Lookup and Button Compound widget
An editable text input for password entry - the input is obscured with * as the user types.