📄️ Grid Layout
Grid Layout is the basic content layout, that caters to multiple layout needs. Using the grid layout, you can divide your page content into cells or grids and place your widgets accordingly. It gives you a flexibility of widget placement without having to get into the intricate design details. The major advantage of using grid layout is its rendering capability. WaveMaker renders the screen depending upon the device being used for viewing the app like mobile, tablet, etc..
An accordion is a stacked list of UI components, with only one focused component expanded at any point of time and the rest collapsed.
A panel can be used to group a set of widgets together. It has a collapsible title bar and you can add multiple panels and any number of multiple panes can be open at any given point of time.
Tile is a container for other widgets used to present a set of objects. Tile widget lets you to directly add an image, text box, video, or web code to user dashboard. Functions similar to the container but it comes with some default styling which makes it different from a container. Users cannot create partials using tile.
Wizards UI are suitable for tasks that have multiple independent steps, wherein the user is taken through each step to comprehend the task in a structured manner. Wizards have steps with a specific UI style that facilitates easy navigation. Wizards provide previous and next step buttons for the user to confirm their selections/actions in each of these steps. Users can also cancel the task at any step. Wizards also provide Done or Finish button at the end of the final step, to indicate that all the steps are finished.