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Editing Canvas

By double-clicking on the screens within your project map the editing canvas will appear.

Here you can style and modify specific screens.

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On the left side is a tool bar. These are the normal tools used for image editing software: Select tool, Zoom and Pan, drawing tools like Rectangle, Pen and Brush, Text, etc.

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In the middle of the screen is the drawing canvas that displays how your screen will appear.

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Below is the screen flow, which is also used in tools like Photoshop or Sketch. Here you can see how your screen is split into layers.

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To the right of the drawing canvas is the elements tool bar. Drag and drop the visual elements to design your screen with buttons, icons, images, texts or lists.

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Web Studio supports responsive web design out of the box. In the Device Previews column, you can see how your app will appear on individual devices. By selecting a different device, you can make changes to how your app looks on that specific device.

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On the far right is the screen settings menu. Here you can customize the navigation bar, change the data source, and set the screen orientation among other things.

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* link only available in Enterprise Documentation