Form fields from inputs, text areas to segmented controls & switches can be used in creating varied forms for event creation, edit and much more. Build custom forms for mobile, desktop with the responsive grid layout or render them in popups & modals for add/edit screens.
Use the grid layout to create single and multiple column forms suited for medium and large screens. Don't go overboard with too many columns but make use of the available horizontal space on bigger screens.
global options for setting the theme, localization options and everything that should be consistent across your app.
When working with the event calendar you will usually want to show an add/edit form in a popup rather than render it directly into the page markup. Simply configure the popup and add your form fields to it.
Use the alert, confirm and prompt messages to pop a message box in the middle of the screen. Alert the user or collect feedback at the same time. These controls cannot be dismissed by pressing the overlay, which avoids closing it by mistake.
Use the segmented control to render multiple-choice lists with single or multiple select. Use it as tabs, as a compact multi-choice UI instead of a checklist and even as an alternative to a radio buttons or a select.
Break the monotony of event add/edit forms by mixing it in with other inline fields.
While Mobiscroll doesn’t provide built-in validation, it provides styling for error messages, disabled fields, labels and more. See how the fields look in different themes by changing it dynamically from the floating action bar on the right.