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Repeater

Repeater Tag for annotating multiple data objects in a dynamic range with the same semantics. You can loop through data items in a python-like for cycle in the labeling process.
It repeats tags inside it for every item in a given data array from your dataset. All the occurrences of indexFlag (default is {{idx}}) in parameter values will be replaced by the current index.
Names should always be unique, so you can use this placeholder in tag names.

The Repeater Tag supports the mode property. This creates the possibility to enable pagination in repeater for performance improvement. You can add a parameter <Repeater mode="pagination" ...> to show only one page at a time, shrinking memory used to one tag set.

Parameters

Param Type Default Description
on string Data field object with array of similar data
[indexFlag] string "{{idx}}" Placeholder for array index in params of underlying tags
mode pagination | list | Data field object for pagination

Example

How tags are repeated and placeholders are replaced internally.

<!-- original config -->
<View>
  <Repeater on="$images" mode="pagination">
    <Image name="image_{{idx}}" value="$images[{{idx}}]"/>
  </Repeater>
</View>
<!-- data -->
{
  "images": [ "s3://images/01.jpg", "s3://images/02.jpg" ]
}
<!-- resulting config -->
<View>
  <Image name="image_0" value="$images[0]"/>
  <Image name="image_1" value="$images[1]"/>
</View>

Example

Real world application.

<View>
  <Repeater on="$utterances" indexFlag="{{idx}}" mode="pagination">
    <Text name="user_{{idx}}" value="$utterances[{{idx}}].text"/>
    <Header value="Utterance Review"/>
    <Choices name="utterance_action_{{idx}}" showInline="true" toName="user_{{idx}}">
      <Choice value="No Action"/>
      <Choice value="Training"/>
      <Choice value="New Intent"/>
    </Choices>
  </Repeater>
</View>
<!-- data -->
{
  "utterances": [
    { "text": "Data field object with array with similar data" },
    { "text": "Placeholder for array index in params of underlying tags" }
  ]
}