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Applies only to Traditional Web Apps




Displays an additional overlay of content.

Use the Balloon when you need to display content that you need occasionally on a small area, without losing the context in the UI.

How to use

Add the content inside the Balloon placeholders. Then configure the WidgetId that triggers the Balloon. You may also choose the Position, and the type of Trigger.

  1. Drag the balloon into the preview.
  2. Set content into the title, content and footer placeholders.

Input parameters

Input Name Description Type Mandatory Default Value
WidgetId Element name that triggers the element to be visible. Text True none
Position Sets the position around the widget element. PositionBase Identifier False Entities.PositionBase.Bottom
Trigger Sets the type of trigger for the content. Manual requires the tooltip to be triggered programmatically. Trigger Identifier False Entities.Trigger.Hover
ExtendedClass Adds custom style classes to the Tabs Block. Text False none
AdvancedFormat Enables you to use more options than what is provided in the input parameters. Example: { arrow: false, showOnInit: true } For more information visit: Text False none

Layout and classes


Event Name Description Mandatory
OnHide Event triggered once the balloon is hidden. False
OnShow Event triggered once the balloon is shown. False


Here are some more advanced use-cases of the widget.

Show Balloon on init

  1. Drag Balloon to the preview.
  2. Set the AdvancedFormat parameter to { showOnInit: true }.

Change the animation

  1. Drag Balloon to the preview.
  2. Set the AdvancedFormat parameter to { animation: 'perspective' }.

Changed animation:

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