A component that allows data entry when it is selected
A checkbox is a user interface element that allows users to select or deselect a value, typically representing a boolean choice.
Checkboxes have the following key features:
Value: Checkboxes have a boolean value that users can enter between curly braces, as shown in the image.
Label: The label is the text displayed above the checkbox, providing context for the user.
Disabled: When enabled, the "Disabled" option makes the checkbox unchangeable, preventing user interaction.
Styles: Customize the initial styles of the checkbox to match your application's design.
To use checkboxes in your application, follow these steps:
Value: Utilize the "Value" property to set or retrieve the boolean value associated with the checkbox.
Label: Add a descriptive label above the checkbox to provide context for the user.
Disabled State: Use the "Disabled" option to make the checkbox unchangeable when necessary.
Checkboxes are commonly used in various scenarios, including:
Options selection: Allow users to select or deselect options or features.
Agree/Disagree: Use checkboxes for agree/disagree choices in surveys or forms.
Terms and conditions: Implement checkboxes for accepting terms and conditions or agreements.
Preference settings: Use checkboxes in user profiles or settings to enable or disable specific features.
Checkboxes are versatile UI components that simplify user interactions and enhance the usability of your application.