StyleCode sub-language

Envision contains a sub-language called StyleCode, specifically dedicated to dealing with tiles appearance. It allows to precisely set up the style of all elements contained in a tile. StyleCode’s snippets can be easily introduced within an Envision code, inside curly brackets and using semicolons to delimit attributes (e.g., {textColor: tomato; unit: "€"}).

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Hierarchy and properties

A dashboard is primarily divided into tiles. Each tile contains some sub-elements such as title or legend, depending on the tile type. Finally, these ones includes different types of content (e.g. value or name).


Here is a description of all types of tiles that can appear in a dashboard, along with their supported sub-elements:


Most tiles contain data vectors defined in the with section of the Envision script. They are called columns in tables tiles, entries in summary tiles, while in in other tiles they are called series.

List of properties

A full list of stylecode properties is available here. We provide there an overview of all properties that can be tuned through StyleCode to customize elements appearance. Each element inherits all the properties specified for its parent, which can then be overwritten by specifying different values for the element.