Modals have similar characteristics to that of Dialogs, but are often larger, and only allow for a single instance to be viewable at once. They also tend to be centered, and not draggable. They're commonly used when:
- We need to grab the user's attention
- We need user input
- We need to show additional information
If you're curious about the DOs and DON'Ts of dialogs and modals, check out this article: "Best Practices for Modals / Overlays / Dialog Windows"
For a more detailed look on the options and return values each of these methods
is expected to support, check out it's interface in
||Hides the open modal|
||Shows the provided content in a modal|
* - Denotes maintained by OHIF
3rd Party implementers may be added to this table via pull requests.