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A view is an interface component used on pages and presented to users.  There are many types of views that each facilitates a unique set of functionality.

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Although there are slight variations to each type, the anatomy of every view adheres to the same general guidelines.

  1. Horizontal page margin (16dp)
  2. Content
  3. Action icon (not used on all types)


There are many different types of views as defined by the EViewType enum.

Input Field

A view users can input text into.


A view used to display static text with or without a caption/title describing the content.

Select List

A view used for presenting multiple options from which a single item can be selected.  


A view used to indicate a binary (on/off) state that users can control.

View Group

A view used to group other views together with or without header text describing the content.

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