The Canvas template includes a built-in password check UI during the signup flow and anywhere the user is required to reset their password. By default the password policy is set to require 5 total characters and at least 1 number.
You can manage the requirements for your password policy directly from the Admin portal of your application. From the left menu click on Settings > Password policy.
There are four policies that can be set:
Password minimum length - This sets the total characters that are required for the password to be valid.
Require numbers (optional) - If checked you must set the total numbers required in the input to the right.
Require special characters (optional) - If checked you must set the total special characters required in the input to the right. Characters that qualify as special characters for this rule are "(", ")", "!", "@", "#", "$", "%", "^", "&", and "*".
Require uppercase letters (optional) - If checked you must set the total special characters required in the input to the right.
We consider it a best practice to ask users for consent to save cookies before storing data on their device and have built this functionality directly into Canvas. To set this up properly, let's start in the Bubble editor.
Once you have the editor open, from the left menu navigate to Settings > General > Privacy & Security. Here we need to check the box that says 'Do not set cookies on new visitors by default'
Next log in to the admin portal, click on Settings > Cookies and toggle the 'Require users to agree to the storing of cookies in their browsers when they visit your website' to ON.
Element name: cookies_permission Purpose: Get the user's consent to store cookies on their device
The Cookie Consent Banner is built as a reusable floating group and by default is placed on the index page of your Canvas template and anchored to the bottom.
To add the consent banner to another page, drag it from the list of Reusable elements onto the design canvas of the page you would like to place it and make sure it is positioned at the bottom edge of the page.
Canvas comes with built in UI on the Account page for displaying the saved credit card details for your users as well as a history of transactions they have initiated.
Before setting up payments, from your Bubble editor navigate to Plugins > Add Plugins and search for Stripe. Install the plugin that was made by Bubble.
The Bubble stripe plugin adds additional fields to your user data type that can now be accessed.
In the credit card display we use a group called 'Group credit card brand name' to manage many of the conditions for this view.
After you have connected the existing UI, you will still need to set up the logic for the payment process. This includes:
Saving payment information (credit/debit cards)
Running the appropriate workflows from Stripe (or your payment provider)
Recording any other relevant information in your app
Responses from the workflows in step 2
Last 4 digits of card (for identification)
You will need to set most of this up on your own.
One option that is available through Canvas is a Purchase Popup that contains the necessary UI and workflows to save or delete users' credit card info via Stripe. The visual part of this popup can be used for other payment providers, but the workflows are specific to Stripe.
The loading screen element allows you to display a loading animation while your page's elements and data are being loaded beneath. You will want to include this on every page where you want this behavior.
The element can be found under Visual elements.
Simply drag it on to the page in order for it to be active. No matter how large the element is, it will always take up the full width of the page. Make it 1x1 pixels and place it in the top right corner of the page to avoid responsiveness issues.
The properties panel provides several options for customizing the behavior and appearance of the loader.
There are two ways in which you can use the loading element.
1. Display by default on page load
If the element is set to be visible on page load, a loading screen will appear on the page until you explicitly hide it. In order to have it disappear once the page's elements are loaded, you can either:
Create a workflow which is triggered when the page is loaded & loaded above the fold. Attach the Hide loading screen action.
Check the loading screen element's Auto close option
2. Manually set when to show/hide the loader
Under Workflow actions > Plugins, you have two loader actions, one to show the loader and one to hide it. Use these to show the loader while specific workflows are firing (i.e. while making bulk changes to a list).
Updating the animation You can change the loader animation by pasting in a new animation json URL from lottiefiles.com (requires signup). Adjust the width and height in the code below to modify the size of the animation.
<lottie-player src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/appforest_uf/f1622680371274x297542111769113480/lottie_loader2.json" background="transparent" speed="1" style="width: 140px; height: 140px;" loop autoplay></lottie-player>
Updating the loading screen text Modify the code in the loading screen element's text field to tweak the font size, color, weight, line height, and description.
<div style="display: block"><h3 style="font-size:23px; font-weight: 600; line-height: 36px">Please wait</h3><p style ="color: #6B7280">Setting up your portal</p></div>