GH-Elements

Install

Install is a gh-element that allows to install an application with the certain number of items. More precisely, it is a button that duplicates the application in the app list of a particular user.

Functional Characteristics

As you've probably already figured out, the main use of this item is to install applications. It can also be used to duplicate applications.

Value Format

This element has no field value.

Element Options

The install element has only one group of parameters that can configure it.

Field Settings

The only element settings are located in this group. Two of them are the standard field settings.

Settings of install field

Name Description
Field With Apps allows you to select the field in which the application to be installed will be selected; details...
Number of Items to Install allows to select the number of items that will be installed with an app; details...

Field With Apps

This is the App element where the user can select the app he/she wants to install. If a value in such a field is not selected, the Install element will not work.

Number Of Items To Install

This field is created to set the number of items that will be installed with an application.

Element Style

The current item has a set of default style settings and several interpretation types.

Style of install element

Data Model

The data model of the element is quite small and contains only element settings and interpretation array.

{
    "data_model": {
        "apps_to_install" : "584778",
        "number_of_items_to_install": 1000,
        "interpretation" : []
    }
}
Name Type Description
apps_to_install string
interpretation array contains all element interpretation types
number_of_items_to_install string contains number of fields which will be installed

Filtration

This is the element that cannot be filtered out.

Interpretation

The Install element has three types of interpretation. They are all quite similar to the other buttons:

Types of install interpretation

Default

This interpretation type allows the element to be displayed as an icon with a button name next to it.

Icon

The second type displays an icon with the name of the button under it.

Button

The last interpretation type allows the element to be displayed as a blue button with an icon and button name.