Share Skuid Pages

Anna Wiersema
Anna Wiersema 🛠️ 
edited June 26, 2020 in General
Need some help getting started with Skuid? Made a cool page and want to share it? Now you can benefit from others' pages and share your own in our Page Repository on GitHub. Today I added a bunch of sample pages that we have built and use everyday in our own crm. You can copy and paste these pages' XML into your own org and tweak them as needed. It's a good way to get started and to get ideas about how you can use Skuid. How it works In the bottom right hand corner of the Skuid Page Builder, there is a View/Edit XML link. Click on this link to view the XML from your page. You can copy and paste to and from this XML viewer.
  • Open XML Viewer
  • Copy/Paste XML to or from this area. Cheers!


  • ktyler
    edited June 26, 2020
    Anna, Its a great idea to share pages it would be cool if the page had some way to package up the object definitions for the object it used (when the page is based on custom objects) I know you guys don't want to get into creating objects.... but there are many cases where some simple ability to do that would really boost things along.
  • j_flatter
    edited March 14, 2014
    Link needs to be updates to
  • Peter
    edited June 18, 2019
    I've thought about doing something like this internally for our consulting organization, too, but I echo ktyler. Nearly every solution I have is going to include some custom fields or objects, and there isn't a good way to define to someone else the necessary additions. This is good for examples or things only using standard fields, but none of my pages would actually be functional for someone else unless they could parse out the missing metadata and recreate it in their own system.
  • Rob Hatch
    Rob Hatch 🛠️ 
    edited January 17, 2020
    This link needs to be updated again.  Pages are now at

    In addition there are some interesting experiments here:
    And there are demos showing off what can be built here:  
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