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Last Updated: Dec 11, 2017 02:50PM EST
Button


Introduction
Button Block implements a standard button with two states:
 -  U
p state (the initial state).
 -  Down state
 

For examples, instal the 'Buttons' Tutorial app, available in your Dashboard.
Click here to install

Tutorial App 'Buttons'
 

Button

Configuration and Events settings from Buttons Tutorial App
  



When Button is pressed (finger on the Button) it:
-  Switches to the Selected State
 Displays  the Selected Image (optional, but recommended)
-  Fires the Button Down Event.  

When Button is released (user remove their finger from the Button) it:
-  Switches back to the Unselected State
Swap back to the Selected Image
Fires the Button Up Event.  

Note
Providing two discrete Events for the down and up states (as opposed to simply a Tap) allows a button to be used to control state in the system in different ways.  
A good example of this would be a Fast Forward button (which is currently supported) that advances an audio player ahead quickly while the button is being pressed, and reverts to the normal play rate when the button is released.


Example:
The 'Buttons' tutorial app showcase the implementation for a standard Button


Limitations
Images:  It is recommended to work with Images stored in
  • Media Folder 
  • Local File System (this is done using an On Device SQL DB and storing the data on device)

Useful
Learn More
- How to create a Button
What is an Event?
- What is an Action? 

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