Introduction The Blocs developer API allows 3rd parties to create custom Brics that can be used within the Blocs design environment. The core components of a custom Bric are created using HTML, JS and CSS (you can read more about data and file structure here). There are various API protocols that can be accessed via […]
Introduction Custom Brics require a specific directory structure in order to work and compile correctly. Please note, the Bric Builder that comes with Blocs 2.5+ has the ability to create new custom Brics from boiler plate examples, using these ensures all relevant files and directories are named correctly and present. Directories Within a custom Bric […]
To compile a custom Bric, click the export button found in the top right corner of the Bric Builder. This will then open a sheet and ask you to select a save location for your compiled custom Bric.
One of the most powerful features in Blocs is the ability to use custom classes within your projects. If you come from a graphic design background, think of custom classes as layer styles you can assign to any item in Blocs to give it a specific look and feel. The rules of these classes can […]
Blocs allows you to easily integrate raw HTML into your projects using the HTML widget. This feature is exceptionally useful as it can be used to add additional functionalities to your Blocs projects that are currently not available yet. PLEASE NOTE: The HTML widget is only designed for the injection of plain HTML code. It […]
The Blocs Class Manager lets you manage all of the custom classes within your project. We recommend watching this video lesson that covers the basics of the Class Manager. Open Class Manager To open the Class Manager, navigate to Window > Class Manager from the apps main menu. Add and Remove Classes Adding and […]