The Email Input Web Control captures email addresses. The email input value also evaluates to null if an invalid email is entered. This can help with building out a validation experience.
The text that is displayed in the input’s box before the user starts typing.
By default, this Data Binding property auto-generates a Variable of type Email at the Web Page level to store the data from the input. Users can also edit the Data Binding property and create their own Variables.
Assigns a data tag on the value of the control. For more information, see Data Masking and Auditing.
Determines whether the user's device is allowed to autocomplete the field. Guidance can be provided to the App user's browsing environment by using one of the predetermined autocomplete options.
Allows the display of icons to the right-hand-side of the input box.
The aria-label attribute is used to define a string that labels the current element. It is used to provide an accessible name for the control. For more information see here.
A value of
false to indicate that the value entered into an input field is not in a format or a value the application will accept. For more information, see here
The Input ID assigned to the Email Input Web Control. This Input ID can tied to a Label so that clicking on the associated Label will allow users to enter Email input.
For more on how to use the Input ID, see Connecting Labels to Input Controls.
TRUE the email input will be visible. If
FALSE the email input will not be displayed. If the field is empty, the email input will be visible.
TRUE the email input will be disabled and the user will not be able to interact with the control. If
FALSE the email input will be enabled. If the field is empty, the email input will be enabled.
The control Variants have styles for the following states:
Default - When first rendered without state
Focused - when the Email Input is focused
Disabled - When the Email Input is disabled
Check Common style properties of web controls for further details on how to style this control.
Triggers when the user leaves the input field. That is, when changing the focus from the field to some other part of the application.
Triggers with each typed character. That is, with an email input, the Value changes every time a key is pressed, unlike a Checkbox, where its Value changes when the box is selected.
Triggers upon pressing Enter.
Please check out Action Inspector Tab to find all the available actions.
In this example, the Email Input includes a condition based on the input validity. If the app user enters a value other than an email address, when pressing enter, a label asking the user to enter a correct input is displayed.