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List of all the row types

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Character based
String
Text
Email
Phone
Number
Date

Other
Static
Switch
Check
Slider
Image
Option
Picker
Subform
Template

Buttons
Submit
Back
Edit

General

All row types accept following properties:

{
  key:        :user_name,     # Unique identifier for the row
  value:      'Some Value',   # The initial value passed to the row
  title:      'Title',        # Title of the row
  subtitle:   'Subtitle',     # Subtitle of the row
  type:       :string,        # The type of row (string, phone, switch, etc)
  row_height: 100             # Height of the row
}

The type property will define what kind of row type will get built. It looks for any Class within the Formotion::RowType namespace that has the constantized name (e.g. Formotion::RowType::StringRow).

Character based

All character based row types accept following properties:

{
  placeholder:         'James Bond',     # Placeholder before a value exists
  auto_correction:     :no,              # Disable auto correction
  auto_capitalization: :none,            # Disable auto capitalization
  secure:              true,             # Enable secure input (Password)
  clear_button:        :while_editing,   # Enable clear button
  return_key:          :google,          # Define return key
}

String row

String row

{
  title: "Name",
  key: :name,
  type: :string,
  placeholder: 'James Bond',
  auto_correction: :no,
  auto_capitalization: :none
}

The StringRow is a simple text input row and opens a UIKeyboardTypeDefault keyboard when editing.

Text row

Text Row

{
  title: "Text",
  key: :text,
  type: :text,
  placeholder: "Enter your text here",
  row_height: 100
}

The TextRow is a multiline text input row and opens the default keyboard when editing. To define the height of the row set the property row_height.

Email row

Email row

{
  title: "Email",
  key: :email,
  type: :email,
  placeholder: 'me@mail.com'
}

The EmailRow is a string input row for an email address and opens a UIKeyboardTypeEmailAddress keyboard when editing.

Phone row

Email row

{
  title: "Phone",
  key: :phone,
  type: :phone,
  placeholder: '+01 877 412 7753'
}

The PhoneRow is a string input row for a phone number and opens a UIKeyboardTypePhonePad keyboard when editing.

Number row

Number row

{
  title: "Number",
  key: :number,
  placeholder: "12345",
  type: :number
}

The NumberRow is a string input row for a number and opens a UIKeyboardTypeDecimalPad keyboard when editing.

Date row

Date row

{
  title: "Date",
  value: 326937600,
  key: :date_long,
  type: :date,
  format: :full
  input_accessory: :done #adds a Done button to the date picker
}

The DateRow is a string input row for a date and opens a UIDatePicker when editing. You can pass one of following formats as property:

  :no       # NSDateFormatterNoStyle - Specifies no style.
  :short    # NSDateFormatterShortStyle - Specifies a short style, typically numeric only, such as “11/23/37” or “3:30pm”.
  :medium   # NSDateFormatterMediumStyle - Specifies a medium style, typically with abbreviated text, such as “Nov 23, 1937”.
  :long     # NSDateFormatterLongStyle - Specifies a long style, typically with full text, such as “November 23, 1937” or “3:30:32pm”.
  :full     # NSDateFormatterFullStyle -Specifies a full style with complete details, such as “Tuesday, April 12, 1952 AD” or “3:30:42pm PST”.

The value integer can be obtained for the current date with NSDate.alloc.init.timeIntervalSince1970.to_i.

Other

Static row

Static row

{
  title: "Static",
  type: :static,
}

The StaticRow has no input funcitonality and therefore needs no key property. It is used for static text display like in Settings > General > About on your iOS device.

Switch row

Switch row

{
  title: "Remember?",
  key: :remember,
  type: :switch,
}

The SwitchRow is a on/off switch that has the value true or false.

Check row

Check row

{
  title: "Check",
  key: :check,
  type: :check,
  value: true
}

The CheckRow is a row you can check and uncheck by tapping on it. It has either the value true or false. You can create a radio button style group by defining a section with select_one: true like this:

{
  title: "Account Type",
  key: :account_type,
  select_one: true,
  rows: [{
    title: "Free",
    key: :free,
    type: :check,
  }, {
    title: "Basic",
    value: true,
    key: :basic,
    type: :check,
  }, {
    title: "Pro",
    key: :pro,
    type: :check,
  }]
}

Slider row

Slider row

{
  title: "Slider",
  key: :slider,
  type: :slider,
  range: (1..100),
  value: 25
}

The SliderRow takes a ruby range as range property that defines the min and max value of the slider.

Image row

Image row

{
  title: "Image",
  key: :image,
  type: :image
}

Options row

Options row

{
  title: "Account Type",
  key: :account_type,
  type: :options,
  items: ["Free", "Basic", "Pro"]
}

Picker row

Picker row

{
  title: "Picker",
  key: :pick,
  type: :picker,
  items: ["Ruby", "Motion", "Rocks"],
  value: "Motion"
}

Subform row

Subform row

{
  title: "Advanced",
  type: :subform,
  key: :advanced,
  subform: {
    title: "Advanced",
    sections: [{
      title: "Advanced Settings",
      rows: [{
        title: "Server URL",
        key: :server,
        placeholder: "example.com",
        type: :string,
      }]
    }, {
      rows: [{
        title: 'Back',
        type: :back
      }]
    }]
  }
}

Use a :display_key to show the value of the subform in the row:

Subform row with display

{
  title: "Subform",
  subtitle: "With display_key",
  type: :subform,
  display_key: :type,
  subform: {
    ...
  }
}

Template row

Template row

{
  title: 'Your nicknames',
  rows: [{
    title: "Add nickname",
    key: :nicknames,
    type: :template,
    value: ['Nici', 'Sam'],
    template: {
      title: 'Nickname',
      type: :string,
      placeholder: 'Enter here',
      indented: true,
      deletable: true
    }
  }]
}

Buttons

Submit row

Submit row

{
  title: "Submit",
  type: :submit,
}

The SubmitRow triggers the form.submit which triggers the defined on_submit callback.

Back row

Submit row

{
  title: "Back",
  type: :back,
}

The BackRow is used in subforms to go back to the parent form.

Edit row

Submit row

{
  title: "Edit",
  alt_title: "View",
  type: :edit,
}

The EditRow is used to switch between edit and view mode. It's mainly used for the TemplateRow.

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