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Universal Components

This guide covers components you can use across multiple moments. These components are pre-formatted so that you don't have to worry about spacing, sizing, or grouping of specific pieces of information. Read about each component below for more information.

Divider

Use the divider component to separate information within a view. If you need to add a separator between similar components, you should use a partitioned component instead. You should minimize divider use. Dividers should not be used at the beginning or end of a list.

Here are the specifications for the divider component:

Stroke : 1px
Color : #FAFAFA
Opacity : 12%

Hbox and Vbox

The hbox component (and the containing vbox components) is a container box that you can use to make a table. The hbox is a horizontal box that spans the width of the screen. The vbox is a vertical box that goes into an hbox. We recommend three or fewer vbox components nested in an hbox. This component is particularly useful for examples like a sports tournament or a flight status from point A to B.

Image

If you have a standalone image for your result, you can use the image component. This is particularly useful if you're showing results at a Done Moment or in a Receipt layout.

Paragraph

Use a paragraph when your content spans more than two lines on the screen. This is a good way to give longer explanations or descriptions of results.

Partitioned

The partitioned component creates separation between components. We recommend you use when looping through recurrent child components; otherwise, we recommend you use the divider for non-recurring information. The first and last lines do not show a line.

Here are the specifications for the partitioned component:

Stroke : 1px
Color : #FAFAFA
Opacity : 12%

Section

A section is the highest level component. As such, it has no parent. Sections are used to separate content groups. For example, you can have a detail paragraph in one group and thumbnail cards in another group.

Its height flexes based on nested children, meaning there is no limit to the number of children. It has no customizable properties. A section title is optional, and the title text style can’t change.

Example of sections in a view

Single Line

The single-line component can display text, images, and spacers in one row in any combination and order (which means you could have just an image or just text in a single line if needed). The text, images, and spacer sizes are all customizable.

Single line sizes

Valid Colored Text

Colored text is valid in the single-line component, but only to show contrast between values. You must follow this guideline, as it will be restricted for use in the Marketplace.

These are the specs for the colors:

ColorHex Code
Blue#0997FF
Green#00DA4D
Amber#FFA300
Red#FF4610

Single-Line Spacer

In a single-line component, you can specify a spacer that leaves space between images and text. This spacer size comes in a Small, Medium, and Large size, depending on how big of a spacer you need between content. The specifics vary between device, which you can see in the interactive demo above.

Spacer

A content spacer makes 24 px space between components vertically. Our default space between components is 12 px. Use the spacer when you want to double the space.