Buttons allow users to perform an action or to navigate to another page. They have multiple styles for various needs and are ideal for calling attention to where a user needs to do something to move forward in a flow.
Use the button component to encourage users to take action and make choices with a single click or tap. The Button component requires text and an Action .
Customizing the button
|Name||Rename how the component reads in the tree.|
|Text||Update the button text|
|Variant||Budibase buttons come in a number of different variants including, Action, Primary, Secondary, Warning, and Over Background (for colored backgrounds).|
|Size||Change the size of the button (Medium and Large)|
|Quiet||Whether the button should be displayed with a quiet style.|
|Disabled||Whether the button is disabled.|
|On Click||Clicking this button will bring up the Actions panel. In the Actions panel, you can configure and chain Actions in response to a user clicking on the button.|
Adding buttons to table rows
Simply click on the table and then add the Button component.
A similar example can be found here.
You cannot add buttons to the rows of a Table Block, however you can still add row links.
Updated 2 months ago