Using the Dialog Editor
Advanced Installer comes with a large set of predefined dialogs but in many cases you need to create a custom dialog that captures data specific to your application used to either complete the installation or prepare your application for its first launch.
In the Advanced Installer Dialog Editor Page you can easily create and customize new dialogs, just by simply dragging and dropping the Installer Controls onto the newly created dialog, customizing their behavior, making sure you provide the best UX to your clients during the installation.
Below you will find a list of tutorials, along with a short description for each of them, that cover a part of the most common scenarios.
- Adding a custom dialog
Step by step tutorial that guides you in adding a custom dialog and saving user inputs in the registry.
- Display a dialog based on a checkbox state
Step by step tutorial that describes how to display an MSI dialog based on checkbox state.
- Creating Billboards
Step by step tutorial on adding billboards to your installation package.
- ComboBox and ListBox controls
Step by step tutorial on how to populate, delete from and extract data from ComboBox and ListBox controls.
- Add a new dialog when using Spring theme
Step by step tutorial on how to add a new dialog when using Spring Theme
- Add a control in Spring theme dialog
Step by step tutorial on how to add a control in dialog when using Spring Theme
- Display user friendly installation log
This tutorial shows how to display a user-friendly installation log and configure it for your needs and preferences.