Displays a text literal or an expression evaluation at runtime. For example, the expression can be a combination of values and operators or the result of a function call.
For more information see the expression widget for Mobile and Reactive Web Apps.
|Name||Identifies an element in the scope where it is defined, like a screen, action, or module.||Yes|
|Value||Combination of values, operands, operators and variables or the result of a function whose value is computed at runtime.||Yes|
|Example||Text to display in Preview and Design modes.|
|Style Classes||Specifies one or more style classes to apply to the widget. Separate multiple values with spaces.|
|Escape Content||Set as No to display directly the results of your expression in the screen content or set to Yes to perform escaping.||Yes||Yes||Escaping an expression means that all accented and other special characters are replaced by a sequence that does not interfere with the protocols being used. In mobile apps expressions are escaped by default.|
|Property||Name of an attribute to add to the HTML translation for this element.||You can pick a property from the drop-down list or type a free text. The name of the property will not be validated by the platform.
Duplicated properties are not allowed. Spaces, " or ' are also not allowed.
|Value||Value of the attribute.||You can type the value directly or write expressions using the Expression Editor.
If the Value is empty, the corresponding HTML tag is created as property="property". For example, the nowrap property does not require a value, therefore nowrap="nowrap" is added.