By default, all projects start with a basic set of widgets and sections. Through the Vev Store, additional packages can be browsed and added to your project or your library. A package is one or multiple widgets, sections, or add-ons categorized together in one bundle.
The image below shows the initial set of basic widgets available in a project.
Suppose we are interested in achieving a cool effect that types out a line of text - like a typewriter would. Below are steps to adding a new package in a project to achieve this goal.
Step 1. Open a project and Navigate to the Vev Store.
Step 2. Search typewriter.
After selecting a package, review the information of the package to verify if this is what you want. The package page is organized into the following sections:
Visualization of the contents inside the selected package.
Text description of the package and its usage details.
List of all the components that come bundled inside the selected package.
Step 3. Install the package.
At the location illustrated in the above figure, the package can be added to one of following levels.
|Add to Project||
Adds the package to the set of widgets available to only the project currently being worked on.
|Add to my Library||
Adds the package to your personal library, it will always be available to you in any project you are working on.
|Add to Team||
If you are on a Team in Vev, this option will make the package available in all projects under the selected team.
After adding the package (to project, library, or team), it will appear in the widgets panel inside the editor along with the the default set of widgets. Now, our widget panel should look like this with the added package available for use: