Developer API introduction

Introduction The Blocs developer API allows 3rd parties to create custom Brics that can be used within the Blocs design environment. The core components of a custom Bric are created using HTML, JS and CSS (you can read more about data and file structure here). There are various API protocols that can be accessed via […]

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API Calls

Introduction The Blocs developer API provides a set of routines and protocols that can be used to interact with a custom Brics user interface, HTML output and various other aspects of the Blocs design environment. Calls are made via a custom Bric’s Javascript functions, functions can be written in any JS format, jQuery 2, jQuery […]

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Custom Bric Structure

Introduction Custom Brics require a specific directory structure in order to work and compile correctly. Please note, the Bric Builder that comes with Blocs 2.5+ has the ability to create new custom Brics from boiler plate examples, using these ensures all relevant files and directories are named correctly and present. Directories Within a custom Bric […]

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Compiling Custom Brics

To compile a custom Bric, click the export button found in the top right corner of the Bric Builder. This will then open a sheet and ask you to select a save location for your compiled custom Bric.    

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