Learning the visual editor
Responsive design tricks
Saving layers as templates
Importing your site pages
Connecting custom data
Interactive pages with state and actions
Creating reusable components with Symbols
Targeting and scheduling content
Building custom forms
SEO optimizing Builder.io content
Creating custom models
Using custom fields
Enable on-site previewing and editing
Dynamic URLs and advanced data fetching
Adding Custom Code
Using 3rd party libraries
Extending Builder.io with plugins
Using your React components in Builder
Triggering custom actions
Ruby on rails
Components-only mode allows you to limit page building in Builder to just your custom React components - with or without custom styling being allowed in Builder, based on your choosing.
See our design system example for a great example of building a design system in Builder.io with React components
You can set this setting from your organizations settings page (requires admin or developer permissions), or per-model from the detail page for editing the model. Learn more about this mode in the short video below!
Component-only mode means you can only use your own components. For instance if you have a React app and you want to give your marketing team the ability to make landing pages, but restrict them to using components you define.
Then, you can assemble Builder pages using your React components. This is different from the normal default mode, where you have full freeform control. What this means is in default mode, you can fully customize and style everything, but using components-only mode is useful if you want strict styles that you don’t want your team to be able to change (e.g. width, font style, color, etc).
When you turn components-only mode on you get the below additional options: