The Paragraph component displays text inside your application. It's the
<p> equivalent in
Then, you can use Bindings within the Text setting in the Settings Panel, or simply enter static text by just typing in the box, or some combination of both.
For example, you may want to display the total number of rows coming back from a Data provider.
Paragraphs also support newlines:
|Text binding||Design view|
The Paragraph component has several ways of styling the text using the Settings Panel.
|Size||The size of the text, choose from several presets ranging from |
|Color||Change the color of the text. Press the |
|Bold/Italic/Underline||Adds the respective bold, italic and underline styling. Can be combined.|
|Alignment||The alignment of the text. Choose between left, right, center and justify.|
The Headline component is identical to the Paragraph component, with the simple caveat that the sizes are three ahead.
For example a Medium Headline is the equivalent of a 2XL Paragraph.
The Markdown viewer component is similar to the paragraph element. It can display text in your application. But the difference is, that it can render markdown. It is really useful to display text coming from any markdown source, including the Long Form Field element.
The Markdown Viewer component has full support of all markdown elements as displayed above, including headers, images and tables.
From the Settings Panel you can configure the value of the markdown viewer element, where you can also use Bindings.
There are a number of other components that can display text, on top of the additional functionality they provide.
Updated 8 months ago