Mashup Builder > Widgets
Web Components
ThingWorx widgets are the visual components that you can add to a mashup. A widget can perform a variety of functions, such as visualizing data and collecting input. All widgets have bindable properties that allow users to create dynamic mashups.
Widgets are found on the Widgets panel. Users can find all available widgets on the Widgets panel, by either scrolling down or typing in the quick search.
The following graphic shows the Widgets panel:
These are the following types of available widgets in Mashup Builder:
Standard—Widgets that are the latest available widgets in ThingWorx. They are user friendly and recommended when creating a new mashups. Standard widgets can be, Themable or Non-themable. Non-themable widgets are widgets that you can not apply style themes to. For more information, see Style Themes and Standard Widgets.
Themable—Widgets that are themable web-component widgets that include the latest available features and enhancements that allow you to create new custom, reusable, widgets in a web page.
We recommend that you use themable widgets when possible.
Legacy—Widgets that have new themable widgets and web component replacements. Legacy widgets are automatically replaced when you migrate a mashup. We do not recommend using legacy widgets when creating new mashups. For more information, see Legacy Widgets.
Imported—Widgets that are added to the ThingWorx Platform when importing extensions. For more information, see Extensions.
The following icons are displayed next to widget names in the list.
—Indicates that the widget is themable.
—Indicates that the widget is responsive and automatically expands or shrinks to fit the available space in a container.
—Indicates that the widget is a legacy widget.
For more information about the panel, see About the Widgets Panel.
Widget Subcategories
Widget categories and subcategories can be used to help you find widgets based on their function. Widgets that perform a similar function are listed together in each of the following subcategories:
1. Charts
2. Collaboration
3. Common
4. Components
5. Containers
6. Data
7. Navigation
The following tables contain all ThingWorx widgets listed according to category.
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