Clock - Clock shows the current date and time, and optional AOS and LOS timers.
Close Button - A UI component that, when activated, dismisses a Dialog Box.
Color Palettes - The list of color values used in and approved by the Astro design system.
Compliance - A list of rules used to determine if products align with Astro design and usage patterns.
Container - An object that holds other objects.
Concept Sketch - A sketch on paper that lays out the main Content Workspace and controls and clarifies the flow of user interaction from screen-to-screen.
Data Visualization - The goal of Data Visualization is to make complex information accessible and easy to digest in a visual manner.
Default Action - The action that users would most likely want to execute in the window with focus.
Dialog Box - A Dialog Box interrupts app processing to prompt a user to confirm an action or acknowledge a piece of information. It displays information along with a set of buttons allowing users to accept or cancel the actions presented within the Dialog Box.
Global Controls - Display top-level system and equipment status throughout Astro Applications.
Global Status Bar - A full width view across the top of an application that displays the overall health and status of a system.
Grid - A grid system is a defined set of vertical columns and optionally horizontal rows based on time-tested principles of graphic design and layout.
Grip Handle - The part of a movable menu bar or toolbar that, when dragged, detaches the control and displays it in a separate window.
Icons - A graphic representation to convey meaning in a concise, visual manner.
Input Field - A type of field that allows users to enter text or numeric data.
Label - Text or a graphic that identifies an object or control.
Link - A link (also known as a hyperlink) is a clickable text element. The link control is used for navigation, but can also trigger an event.
Log - A tabular representation of application events and may include username, priority, equipment type, signal type, etc.
Menu - A list of options from which users choose. The options can execute commands, display a window (to request more information from users) or submenu, and specify settings.
Modeless Pane - A visual pattern used to present temporary interactions inline and does not require user action before moving to another area of the page.
Navigation - Navigation defines how the user moves through the application and establishes their mental model of the object hierarchy.
Notification Banner - Events that deserve user attention, but don’t require a response, may be displayed in a Notification Banner. The Banner displays within the user’s field-of-view, but doesn’t block other interaction.
Notification System - A system which generates, prioritizes, and displays event notifications for significant occurrences within an application and its associated systems and hardware.
Pagination - The process of dividing content for display on multiple pages. It is utilized when content, such as Search results, does not fit onto one page and must be split across multiple pages.
Pop-Up Menu - A pop-up menu provides users with a quick way to access common actions for a highlighted item.
Progress Indicator - A Progress indicator signals that an application is busy performing an operation.