The Divider component is a simple yet effective tool that allows you to visually separate content within a list or a group. Essentially, it displays a thin line that separates different parts of your interface, providing a visual cue to users that different content areas are distinct. This can greatly enhance the user experience by ensuring that your interface is easy to navigate and understand.
The Divider component can be imported as follows:
I represent content that comes before the divider.
I represent content that comes after the divider.
Some fantastic content on the right side of the vertical divider. This content should not be ignored in spite of the divider showing off over there to the left.
The Dashed Variant
Adding Content within a Divider
This is some content before the Divider
This is some content after the Divider
Composing with Other Components
In this example, a Stack component serves to layout a row of items ("Item 1", "Item 2", etc.). Each item is separated by a Divider with the orientation set to 'vertical'. This is useful in cases where you want to display a list of items horizontally and need a visual element to clearly distinguish between each item. TheDivider serves as that distinguishing element.
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Some snazzy content about how awesome it would be if unicorns were real, especially miniature ones that we could all have as pets if we wanted.