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Modal

Modal component for Universal Apps.
Modals inform users about a task and can contain critical information, require decisions, or involve multiple tasks.

Basic

New-UDButton -Text 'Basic' -OnClick {
Show-UDModal -Content {
New-UDTypography -Text "Hello"
}
}

Full Screen

New-UDButton -Text 'Full Screen' -OnClick {
Show-UDModal -Content {
New-UDTypography -Text "Hello"
} -Footer {
New-UDButton -Text "Close" -OnClick { Hide-UDModal }
} -FullScreen
}

Full Width

Full width modals take up the full width as defined by the -MaxWidth parameter.
New-UDButton -Text 'Full Width' -OnClick {
Show-UDModal -Content {
New-UDTypography -Text "Hello"
} -FullWidth -MaxWidth 'md'
}

Persistent

Persistent modals do not close when you click off of them. You will have to close it with Hide-UDModal.
New-UDButton -Text 'Persistent' -OnClick {
Show-UDModal -Content {
New-UDTypography -Text "Hello"
} -Footer {
New-UDButton -Text "Close" -OnClick { Hide-UDModal }
} -Persistent
}

Hide a Modal

You can use the Hide-UDModal button to hide a modal that is currently show.
New-UDButton -Text 'Basic' -OnClick {
Show-UDModal -Content {
New-UDTypography -Text "Hello"
}
Start-Sleep 5
Hide-UDModal
}

Styling

You can style modules using the -Style, -HeaderStyle, -ContentStyle and -FooterStyle parameters. Style is applied to the entire modal itself and the individual section styles are only applied to those sections. The value for these parameters are hashtables of CSS values.
New-UDButton -Text 'Styling' -OnClick {
Show-UDModal -Content {
New-UDTypography -Text "Hello"
} -Style @{
backgroundColor = "red"
}
}

API

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