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The Slider mobile component

A slider to select a number value.

Slider

Settings

Slider includes the following configurable options when building apps in the IDE.

AppearanceShow on desktopShow on mobileMaintain space when hiddenMarginAlways show in edit modeStyles

Properties

All properties for Slider with supported data types or values. You can write JavaScript almost anywhere in Retool to manipulate or read property values.

boolean

Whether the component is visible.

id

string

The name.

Whether the component is visible in the desktop layout.

Whether the component is visible in the mobile layout.

Whether the component takes up space on the canvas if hidden is true.

The amount of margin to render outside.

Values
4px 8px

Normal margin.

0

No margin.

pluginType

string

The plugin type.

Whether to remain visible in the editor if hidden is true.

style

object

Custom style options in use. Not all style options may be available for all components.

Methods

JavaScript API methods for interacting with Slider. You can write JavaScript almost anywhere in Retool and use methods to manipulate data and property values.

clearValidation

Clear the validation message from the input field.

slider.clearValidation()

clearValue

Clear the current values.

slider.clearValue()

focus

Set focus on the input field.

slider.focus()

resetValue

Reset the current value to the default value.

slider.resetValue()

setDisabled

Set the disabled value to toggle whether the input field is disabled. Defaults to true without a parameter.

slider.setDisabled(disabled)
Parameters

Whether input, interaction, selection, or triggering is disabled.

setHidden

Set the hidden value to toggle whether the component is visible. Defaults to true without a parameter.

slider.setHidden(hidden)
Parameters

boolean

Whether the component is visible.

setValue

Set the current value.

slider.setValue(value)
Parameters

value

number

The value.

validate

Validates the value of the input field.

slider.validate()

Events

Events are triggered by user interactions, such as clicking a button or entering a value. Use event handlers to trigger queries or other actions in response to events.

change

A user changes the current value.