Use the Navigate action node to display different views in your app. Navigate will change the URL path based on the view selected. Navigate can also be used to update URL parameters.

Tip: Create an action with Navigate and an action param of data type View. Then, set the View property of Navigate to the value of the action param. This way, you can specify a View within the event handlers in your UI or from other actions, creating a dynamic action that can be used for navigation across your app.


Navigate examples are available in our Showroom. You may view the demos, as well as access the setup in Appfarm Create. If you don't have access, you can register.


Enable browser history navigation.

If Navigate back is enabled and the View property is set, the app will navigate to that view's path but instead of pushing a new path to the browser history, the given path will replace the current path.

If the View property is not set, the browser will navigate to the previous page in the browser history. Note that the previous page could be an external website outside of the app.


Select a view to navigate to.

Sub view

Select a sub view to display within a view container.

Navigate to the root url of the app.


Apply a visual transition when switching views. The options are:

  • None (default)

  • Fade

  • Slide

URL parameters

Set the value of any URL parameter you have added to your app. Learn more about URL Parameters here.

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