How do I create a swipe-view?

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You can connect a view, or visualization to a specific COPP type to show its data. A view can also show graphics with no related data.  Most COPP types come with views that you can change as you want.
For example, you can create views for:

  • Simple data types – for example, number, enumerated, and booleans that show the values on the screen.
  • Control components: They often show data views that represent the registers in the control component.
  • Assemblies: They often show a combination of component views and other assembly views.
  • Projects: Views for projects combine the views of all the instances that you add to the project.


“>view consists of several frames. Check this tutorial to see how to create it!