I recently encountered a client requirement that was not easily handled by Leap’s out-of-the-box controls. The application that we built used a form as a dashboard, where a service was used to pull data from other form records into view. These records were presented to the user, but the client wanted to be able to perform operations from that dashboard view. The operations included launch, print, delegate and cancel.
As you can see from the image this is a very different look from any item type that Leap provides on the palette. What you see is an HTML item and its content was dynamically built. There are some immediate benefits to generating the table rather than rending Leap’s table item. We can add buttons, as seen in the last column, that can take custom actions on the related row. We also have more control over the styling of the table and its content