In this section, we will briefly discuss the main sections of the Clutch interface tool at a high level. Later on, we will discuss each section and explain in more detail the functionality and uses.
The Application Bar contains the controls needed to interact with your project and navigate the canvas. Everything from creating frames and selecting components, to sharing and permissions, and more can be found here.
New Feature: Context Aware Toolbar
Depending on whether you have a frame/component selected, the
Toolbarwill change from showing the tools for activity and publish to showing the frame tools.
The Toolbar has a context-aware feature where if you have nothing selected or you click on the empty part of the canvas you will be shown the activity view dropdown and publishing button.
If you have a frame selected or a component within a frame selected the Toolbar will switch to show you the
Frame options tools (home, backward and forwards, refresh, URL bar, and pop-up frame).
The Composition panel houses frames, which in turn contain Components. This panel can be used to control the hierarchy of your application and modify your active selection. It also contains the Workspace switcher.
The canvas is an infinite space in which to render the frames of the current Workspace.
This context-aware menu is used to set values on properties. It will reflect the actively selected workspace, frame, or component instance and the properties available to set on each type.
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Updated about 1 month ago