Popup Views are a great way to enable users to view more detailed information in your HMI. They are also relatively simple to create.
A navigation drawer is a special type of docked menu, usually appearing on the left side of a session. What makes a navigation drawer special is its responsive design. This example walks you through creating a self-hiding navigation drawer that is only displayed when the user needs it.
The Dashboard exposes widgets to end users in a Perspective Session so they can customize their dashboard layout for their individual needs. Widgets are views that are pre-configured in the Designer and made available to Perspective Session users. For an example, see Configuring a Dashboard.
In a Perspective Table component, you have the option to enable subviews. When a subview is set up, you can click on the Expand icon in the table and have another view be displayed without closing the first view. For an example, see Displaying a View in a Table.
Downloading and uploading files from a Perspective session typically involves storing and retrieving files from a database. A table will store all of the available files, and each row of the table represents a new file. This allows for long term storage that is accessible from any project. For examples, see Download and Upload Files.