Views representing the graphical user interface contain as many components as required. Each application can be composed of many different Views, nested or opened as a solo page.

Application is always starting from the View called MainView, and it's mandatory.

1. Creating and Working with a View

In the Main Menu settings, any new or existing View can be created, renamed, duplicated, deleted, exported, or changed in its parent directory.

2. Views Tabs

Switching between opened Views can be done by clicking on its tabs and closing them by clicking on the cross icon.

Any unsaved changes will be lost after closing a tab!

3. Screen Resolutions

Switching between the screen resolution allows displaying proper responsivity on different devices. Each of the resolutions is represented by the pixel value, which can be modified if required.

The Base Screen setting is considered to be a default in herity chain.

4. Undo & Redo

Each of the existing Views has its own undo and redo steps if necessary.

5. Toggling the Panels

Resizing the Canvas Work-field during developing applications, especially on the smaller screens, can take advantage of by switching off the left and right panels by clicking on the toggle buttons.

6. Saving a Current Content

The Save button will save the composition of a current View; meanwhile, Save All button will save all opened tabs, even actions, and integrations.

7. View the Options Panel

The Options Panel allows direct work with a current View, like renaming, moving to different directories, duplicating actual content into a new View, watching revision history, exporting its content to YAML, and deleting the whole View.

The Revision history would be available as soon as possible.

8. Design & Preview & Debug

  1. The Design Mode is the essential part of designing Views. You can drag and drop components into Canvas Work-field and edit their properties.

  2. The Preview Mode is representing the visual output of a current View and active components are fully available.

  3. The Debug Mode shows the current View blueprint that is taking advantage of checking exported code. Any immediate changes are fully responsive.

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