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A Form Component for Asset / Part Reference and String type Attributes

<Strips />


The <Strips /> component will render out rows of Strips, where each strip
represents an option in the options array.

Strips are great for displaying option sets in which each option include an image and additional information.

They work best when the option set is small-medium sized.

How to Use

Default use with an Attribute

To connect and use the <Strips /> component with an Attribute by default, you need to pass the attribute's name
to Strips component as the prop attribute.

E.g. <Strips attribute="Attribute Name" />

Custom use

You may want to use the Strips component in a custom way rather than directly
with an attribute. To do this, instead of passing in an attribute prop, you
can directly pass in the value, options and onClick props. You can find more
information about the props in the Props Table below.

Note: The component will not manage your selection state, and will require
the selected value be passed in as well.

Code Examples

import { ThreekitProvider, Player, Strips } from '@threekit-tools/treble';

const App = () => {
  return (
      <Player />
        <Strips attribute="exterior-material"/>


Each Strip component can display the following elements. When used
with an Attribute all the data will be sourced from the Threekit Platform:

  • Title of the Catalog Item or String Value the Strip component is presenting
  • Thumbnail [Part Reference Only] which can be either a image url, css rgb value or
    hex value; located in the Catalog Item's metadata under the key _thumbnail.
  • Description [Part Reference Only] located in the Catalog Item's metadata
    under the key _description
  • Price [Part Reference Only] The Price of the Catalog Item defined on the
    active pricebook and currency.