Patterns are best practice solutions for how a user achieves a goal. They show reusable combinations of components and templates that address common user objectives with sequences and flows.
These patterns are developed and maintained by members of the Carbon community. For support, contact the maintainers listed on each page. They are not supported by the core Carbon team.
These patterns may change over time, and they may be incomplete or experimental. For work that has been approved for universal use by the Carbon governance board, see Carbon patterns.
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|How to design chatbots for users using natural language.
|Content: in-app learning
|Accessible to IBMers only. A set of patterns to help users understand key features. Includes guidance for creating the following: welcome screens, getting started, in-context help and guidance, global help and guidance, and what’s new/updates.
|How to generate a new resource; compare adding.
|How to make changes to an existing resource.
|How to change the format of the object or resources as you are exporting externally from the system.
|Generate an API key
|Helps ensure users know what the key is for, the security implications, and the final destination.
|Transfers data or objects from an external source into a system.
|Accessible to IBMers only. A summary of a platform’s functionality, status, or individual service.
|An action that moves information from one location to another. Compare deletion.