Use Cases

Discover how to apply formulas for common use cases. Learn how to practically use proper syntax, layer properties, and functions. Try the prototypes yourself and download them to see the interactions.

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Validating an Email Address

Validate a text, e.g., an email address, as part of a signup process. Check whether specific characters or a keyword are present in a text. In this case, to validate if the input is an email address, check whether "@" is present with the indexOf function.

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Used functions: indexOf.

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Minimum Password Length

To enhance security, passwords often should have a minimum character length. Check whether an input exceeds a certain number of characters with the length function.

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Used functions: length.

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Showing & Hiding a Password

To verify whether you are typing the correct password or not, you need to show and hide the password. Do this by using the text property of an input layer.

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Learn more about layer properties, conditions, and the Detect trigger.

Countdown Timer

Make any countdown timer you can imagine. Adjust the repeat of the Text response to set the duration of the countdown timer.

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Used functions: number.

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Random Shuffle

Display a letter or number randomly based on a fixed set of letters and numbers.

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Used functions: right, left, randomInt.

Learn more about functions and the Start trigger.

Checking a Bank Account Balance

To check whether a bank account balance is positive or negative, verify whether a number is above or below 0.

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Functions used: sign.

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Expanding a Card in a List

Expand a card in a scrollable card list regardless of the scroll position of the scroll container, with the card moving to the top making space for other content.

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Used functions: toLayerX, toLayerY.

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