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Updated on 9/27/2019
Service Designer User's Guide
Snackbar Node
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Snackbar Node

A Snackbar node is used to display snack-bar notifications. Snackbars provide brief messages about app processes on the screen. They inform users of a process that an app has performed or will perform. They appear temporarily and do not interrupt the user experience.

How to Use

  • Open the Services editor window.
  • Click the Add Service button to add a new service or open an existing service.
  • From the Nodes Palette, drag and drop a Snackbar node to the service designer.
  • Drag and drop other nodes to create a flow.

Associated Attributes

Snackbar node properties
  • Name: A unique name for the node. This field accepts only string values of length 5 - 50 characters.
  • Snackbar Message: The message to show in the snackbar. You can assign a string value, or map this field to bh.input or bh.local variables.
  • Action Text: The label for the snackbar action. You can assign a string value, or map this field to bh.input or bh.local variables.
  • Snackbar Duration: The length of time in milliseconds to wait before automatically dismissing the snackbar. You can input a number, or map bh.input or bh.local variables for this field.

  • Horizontal Position: The horizontal position to place the snack bar. You can map this field to bh.input or bh.local variables. If you have chosen the Horizontal Position as start, end, or center, the snackbar by default is positioned from left to right. you can use the Left to Right toggle button to reverse this positioning. 
  • Vertical Position: The vertical position to place the snack bar. You can map this field to bh.input or bh.local variables.
  • Custom Class List: A comma (,) separated list fo custom classes to be assigned to the snackbar. You can assign a string value, or map this field to bh.input or bh.local variables.


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