In this new video shown here, Selwyn Rabins demonstrates another example of how the development team at Alpha is paying attention to detail because we recognize how important that old saying - "the devil is in the details" is!
Information re the video below: Applying Custom Styling for RadioButton and CheckBox Controls in the Alpha Anywhere UX component. The standard way in which browsers render checkbox and radiobutton controls is pretty drab. In this video below we show how the UX component allows you to apply a rich set of styling options to radiobutton and checkbox controls. Download ComponentMore new examples about the fine level of control that Alpha Anywhere gives you.
UX Component - Mobile -- Panel Layout - Understanding the Different Ways in Which a Docked Panel Can Be Shown - 'Over', 'Slide' and 'Push'Using Panel Layouts that contain multiple child Panels is common when building mobile applications. One or more of the child Panels that are shown in a Panel Layout can be 'docked' (i.e. hidden). Panels can either be explicitly docked, or conditionally docked (for example, on an orientation change). Panels that have been docked can be shown (typically by clicking on a 'controller' button in a Panel Header). When a docked Panel is shown, you can specify the method use to show the Panel. This method discusses the various methods - Over, Slide and Push Watch Video
Overview of Different Methods for Specifying the Size of a Panel in a Panel Layout
When using a Panel Layout you can optionally specify the size of each Panel that is displayed within the Panel Layout. When you specify the size of a Panel, you can use either an absolute, percentage or relative size. This video discusses the various options. Watch Video