For a registered component- is there a way to define a 'list' input type as an array of strings (or another primitive data type)?

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Given a reusable “Frame” component, I’d like to pass an array of strings to it. For context, these string values are image URLs, used for multiple media elements.

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Hi there,

Thanks for reaching out!

Would you be able to provide further context/use case of what you are looking to accomplish?

You could try using the enum input, you would be able to pass an array of strings into your input, like this: Loom | Free Screen & Video Recording Software | Loom

So, the string values are not known ahead of time since they are image URLs. Here’s an example of how it’s used.

      'Some text',
      'Some more text',
      altText: 'Some alt text,
      sourceSets: [

The part that needs to be dynamic is the imageProps.sourceSets array. It takes an array of strings which define the different images to be used for the source set. Similarly, the text content is an array of strings as well.

Hi there,

You should be able to fetch which ever array at the top of your file, save it in a variable, and then call that variable in the enum. I have a screenshot of what this looks like, I just created my array, but you can fetch your array from any data source using JS.
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