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It is the element that displays data in image formats such as PNG, JPG, SVG. They can show a static image that you add to the image library, or they can show the related image sent from the data table as a result of the data connection.

Adding Images

You can add the Image element from the Elements panel by dragging and dropping it to the screen. If you drag it to an empty area on the screen, it is added with the Row element. If you drag it into a column, you just add the Image element.

If you have a custom icon set you can add it with Image / Uploaded images. Basically, formats such as PNG, JPG, SVG are displayed directly in both your web and Native iOS applications. However, images in SVG format will not be viewable in your Native Android apps. For this, you have to install Android Vector Drawable - in XML format. When adding the relevant static image, you must upload it in both .svg and .xml formats (HamburgerMenu.svg / HamburgerMenu.xml) with the same name. While developing the code for Android and iOS, Kuika does this name check and selects the relevant format according to the device.


I can add static and dynamic images to the Image element. You can add static and dynamic images to the Image element as well as set its visibility with show/hide/conditional options.


It is the field where you specify the static or dynamic values ​​that the Image element will take. When you select Uploaded Image with Symbol Picker, you can select one of the images you have added to the image library and display it. Again, by using the Symbol picker, the image added to an element can be displayed next to the predefined options. After the data connection is made, it can be displayed in the relevant image in the data table.


A placeholder image can be added in cases where the image is not present. It comes with an image by default, you can change it according to your needs.


After double-clicking and touching the image in the mobile or web application you have prepared with the Image element, the image can be zoomed.


The Image element can be a custom size it gets from Styling > Layout. It can also be in a dimension where the image element resides through its parent element. In such cases, you can specify how the image to be displayed fits into the image element frame.


You can use the authorization options for the Image element.


You can manage the visibility of the element. It is always visible, hidden, or you can make it appear or hide depending on a condition.


You can add functions that you can add to the Image element with Add Actions.


You can make additional edits to the Image element by adding a frame, fill color, border or shadow.


In the alignment commands given for rows or columns that are parent elements, the child elements under them are affected. You can visit the Layout page to adjust the visual arrangements such as environmental interior spaces and sizing.


You can adjust the text of the element and the properties such as color and size of the icon with the text section. You can visit the Text page for detailed information.


Visit the Border page to add lines to the outer edges and bevel the corners.


The shadow effect is only displayed in web apps. You can visit the Shadow page to add a shadow effect to the row and its columns.

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