Widgets to interact with binary options.


A boolean type widget is a fundamental user interface element that allows users to interact with binary options, typically represented as "true" or "false," "on" or "off," or "enabled" or "disabled." This widget is widely used in Labii to enable users to make simple yes-or-no decisions. Boolean widgets are often depicted as checkboxes, switches, or radio buttons, and they provide an intuitive and efficient way for users to control settings, make selections, or confirm choices, enhancing the overall usability and functionality of user interfaces.


  • Checkbox - Mark true or false of a statement

  • Switch - Specialized checkbox designed for toggling binary states

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