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All about Modules
Learn more about how you can design and build an app with modules.
The Feed module.
To display dynamic data in your app, you need the Feed module. By default, when you drag and drop the Feed module, you will see placeholder data. You can change this data by updating your Airtable base. The Feed module feeds (pun intended!) from the Feed tab in your Airtable base. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/c3bb08f769c52800/screen-shot-2020-10-05-at-225
The Form module.
The Form module allows you to gather information from your users. You basically get a Typeform functionality embedded natively into the builder. To get started with the Form module, simply drag and drop the module into your builder. We'll build a simple form together to demonstrate the capabilities of this module. We'll begin to editing the form module by rearranging and resizing the p
How to use the Horizontal Container
Wanna make something slide left to right? The Horizontal Container allows you to do that! Just drag and drop the module into your screen to extend the horizontal scrolling capabilities of your app. Inside the horizontal container, you can insert images, text and more.
Using Tables to display data
Once you've connected Airtable to v.one, you can use the Tables module to display data from a Table. Here's how: Create a table in Airtable with data you'd like to display. For this demo, I've created a table with some basic information about guitars. Drag over the Table module into the prototype. At this time, you can
How to use the Member's Only Screen module
The Member's Only Screen module allows for an easy way to put your content behind a paywall. Whether it's a directory created in the Discovery module, a social media feed, or anything else, you can easily monetize access to it by adding the Member's Only Screen module. In this example, we have a screen with lyrics to a song. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/c3bb08f769c5280
The Camera module
The Camera module allows you to access the camera in your mobile device to capture video or read a QR code. To get started, simply drag and drop the Camera module into your screen of choice. By default, the Camera module is set to be a QR code reader. But, if you'd like to use it as a video recorder, simply disable the QR code mode. This will switch it to video recorder. Notice how th
How to use the Map module
The Map module is a great way to plot the locations from the Discovery section onto a map view. To use the Map module, simply drag it on the mobile prototype. Here is how they your locations will appear plotted onto the map. When you click on a location, you'll see more
Don't push my buttons... until I'm done designing them. Buttons in v.one give you the option to navigate to a different screen, open up a modal, or direct your users to e-commerce products. To use a button module in your screen, simply drag and drop. Once you drop the module in your screen, a settings panel will open up on the right hand side of the builder. In this panel you will find design options as well as the actions you would like to ha
Working with images
Designing with images in v.one is super easy! To add an image to your app do this: Drag and drop the module onto your screen. Upload your own file! You can also design using Canva. Check out the demo below. You can manipulate the size of the image by selecting the border around the image. Keep basic design principles in mind when using images in your app. You'll noti
Working with text
To write is human, to edit is divine. Using the text module is super easy in v.one. Drag and drop the text module into your screen. Type in what you want to say. That's it. Once you've set the text module in your screen, you can edit it in the customization panel. You can choose the background color of your text. You can also set it to transparent by choosing the icon