Text inputs are basic single line text inputs for your application. They are commonly used when building forms.
A text input configuration is divided in 3 different sections. In the first section you can configure it's dimensions, position, responsivity and all of it's arguments.
Since Dimensions, Position and Responsivity are common to all elements, you can checkout more about how they work here.
The Variable argument is useful for binding an input value to a variable of your application. Tab Index and Accessibility Label are used to configure how screen readers interact with your application. Other than this default arguments, you can also configure if the input is Disabled, a input value Validation and if it has an Emoji Keyboard.
The second configuration section let's you change you input styles. You can change it's Background, Shadow, Border and Inner Padding.
Except for the Inner Padding, you can change the styles based on user interaction. They all have a Standard state configuration but you can change styles during Hover and Click interactions as well.
The third configuration section let's you change you input Placeholder.


You can customize the acceptable format of each input by using masks
Mask is a optional parameter, so you have to add on the + button
Examples of masks:
00/00/0000 for dates
(000) 000 - 0000 for US phone numbers
aaa for currency codes
And you can also have multiple masks on the same input by writing pipes | between them and the input value will adjust based on text length
Example: 000.000.000-00|00.000.000/0000-00
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