- Defining the behavior of a control
Ensure that users see and complete only the fields that are relevant to their work by defining the rules that govern the behavior of controls.
- Managing editing options for controls
Control the data in your application by defining the conditions in which users can input new information. You can configure a control to be fully editable, fully non-editable (read-only), or to switch to a read-only mode under specific circumstances.
- Adding text to controls
Ensure that users fill in the forms in an application correctly by supplying brief instructions. By using labels, helper text, and placeholders, you define what kind of input goes into each control, which reduces time required to fill in the form.
- Adding icons to controls
Make the buttons and links easier to see and the user interface more intuitive by adding icons to controls in your application. Icons provide a familiar graphical representation of the action that a control triggers.
- Setting advanced presentation options for controls
Instead of creating a new custom format in the skin, save development time by adjusting the visual aspects of UI elements with Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) helper classes.
- Adding custom attributes for version 1 DX API to auto-generated controls
Improve the flexibility of application development and increase control over UI components by adding custom attributes for version 1 Pega Digital Experience (DX) API to auto-generated controls, such as buttons or text input controls.