I prototyping a site “page” content model, to which I can add a list of nested component (a group of fields).
One of the nested fields is a "reference schema field. However, I want to select a set of schemas, a mixed list of what I deem editorial content types (for example - article, story, blog, generic, etc).
Is there a method to set this reference field to validate against a list of types? A multi-select of the schemas allowed on the validation?
If this has been discussed before, please point me to the prior convo.
When rendering a list of references displays a list of names on the parent content form. I would rather show name along with an icon/graphic/image of my referenced schema.
An ask of me as I evaluate this tool was to shakedown a bit of its usability by just a marketing team. When a marketing editor is managing pages/layout schema, we want to give visual cues to how the page is structured. Thus, as I said, displaying the static graphic of a component schema (i.e. angular/react) in the Squidex UI.
Can you describe if such a thing would be possible? I imagine I would need to build the squidex code from scratch myself and tweak the logic underneath. I believe this ask lies outside the realm of a custom editor.
If the only way is to create a “preview” of the schema (page), then I would have to investigate this building out the preview link.