This task gives a lot of flexibility to users who have programming skills.

Its intention is to deliver a visual interface that makes use of the data being worked on within Gaio.

This means being able to use the languages HTML ( Hyper Text Markup Language ), Java Script and CSS ( Cascading Style Sheets ).

This task does not depend on a table to be generated. Can be called in any process.

At the top a name for the task needs to be defined.

The resources in this task are sequenced in the image above:

  1. Even with the tabs with the names of the languages, the user can use all three in the same code.

  2. The visual result of the code whether it has a border or not. The idea of the border is to generate a box in the object. Without a border, the text blends into the background, but for example when using images, it is more interesting not to have a border.

  3. When the return of this object contains texts, Gaio can read the content in a call via question in the cognitive. However, there are situations where you do not want the content to be read. To do this, simply keep the Never read content (audio) checkbox checked .

  4. To use data from existing tables in Gaio, they must be flagged. To do this, mark each table that will be used so that Gaio makes their data available in this task.

  5. Here you can view images, PDFs and other files uploaded to Gaio. In this content task, it is possible to present images, PDFs, videos, maps and whatever the code allows.

  6. Whenever you place codes in the black box, you need to press the Play button to view the result below.

  7. To see how to call table fields, parameters and other resources, use the tips provided in this button.

  8. Hides the left general menu, enlarging the view of the code box.

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