Wizard like Dashboard

Hi! I want to make a “wizard” like dashboard. So, there will be a step 1 with some stuff, then a UDButton to go to the next step, to do some more stuff and so on.
I think about using UDTab/UDTabContainer with Select-UDElement to focus on the correct tab. Does it make any sense to you?



hi @abarrozo

I don’t believe you can dynamically switch between tabs currently, unless you’re running the latest nightly build and utilizing the “Invoke-UDEvent” command to emulate a click.

Check this pr:

If you do however manage to do this, please share your knowledge :slight_smile:

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Hi @abarrozo

The only thing that comes to mind is that users might skip to step 2-3 and mess up the process…

Have you tried using Inputs with Input actions?

New-UDInput -Title "Step 1" -SubmitText "Submit Step1" -Endpoint {
    New-UDInputAction -Content {
        New-UDInput -Title "Step 2" -SubmitText "Submit Step2" -Endpoint {
            New-UDInputAction -Content {
                New-UDCard -Title "You have reached the end"

See if that works for you?

Working on steps component for UDAntd , still not finish but here is a demo


Damn! Fancy!
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If i knew as much as BoSen29, AlonGvili, Adam Driscoll or psDevUK, I’d make Custon components everyday. I’m a victim of muy own success at work with automation with powershell, that now I’m doing all over again with UD. The wizard like Dashboard will Let me create fool proof tools for less experienced sysadmins at my workplace. Thanks all for the ideas and support. I’m investing most of my working hours learning UD and making tools.


Keep the grind up bro, and fake it 'till you make it :slight_smile:
Honestly if you know basic html/javascript, the making of custom components is not hard with all the docs and Templates out there. Give it a go on something simple! Can reccomend for the internetpoints!
And I havent been using UD for more than 6 months myself, and not that much powershell scripting either.

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