Flow UI framework – Supported bundles

The Flow UI framework is split into discrete bundles of functionality that are loaded independently; together they form the complete UI framework. Each bundle is collection of related resources (JavaScript, CSS, images ,etc). The player tells the framework which bundles to load by ‘requiring’ them – with the requires property.

Currently there are two supported bundles that are loaded by default by the Flow player:

  1. Core – The Core bundle includes core services that handle the ‘backend’ modeling.
  2. Bootstrap 3 –  The Bootstrap 3 bundle includes the Bootstrap 3 implementation of supported components.

Bundles can be loaded via the requires property on the root manywho object in the player:

This is how the code looks like in the drawing tool:


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