'Fetch More' container style
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Props/Data/List Properties/listprops/Data Source/Data Pagination/'Fetch More' container style.xml
Specify the in-line style for the container row that contains the 'Fetch More' control. For example, to center the 'Fetch More' button, enter: text-align: center;
Adding FieldsĀ and Text
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/RTF/Adding Fieldsand Text.xml
When you create a new Label or Letter layout, the editor automatically inserts a Rich Text object. To use this Rich Text Object, you add the fields and text you want to appear when the Labels are printed. Rich Text Objects make it easy to seamlessly mix text and fields; they let you suppress blank spaces, and they make it easy to change the fonts, point size, color, alignment, and other text attributes. If you unsure whether you have a rich text object, hold the cursor above the object until Alpha Anywhere displays its name.
Creating a Property Grid for a User-defined Component
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Custom/Creating a Property Grid for a User-defined Component.xml
One way to create a Property Grid for a User-defined Component is to use the Property Grid builder in Action Scripting to generate the markup. This is invoked by creating a New Script (using Action Scripting), adding a new action, and selecting Xdialog Windows|Display an Xdialog Box.
Sorting a Grid on Multiple Fields
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Grid/Sorting a Grid on Multiple Fields.xml
The default behavior of a grid component allows the user to sort on any column (or row) value by clicking the column (or row) header. What do you do when you want to sort on multiple fields? This example demonstrates a technique. This page contains two components: a dialog with a drop down list box and a grid displaying fields from the AlphaSports sample database.
Custom and User-Defined Custom Components
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Custom/index.xml
A Custom Component or User-defined Custom Component is a way to create a component for reuse. Like Grid or UX Components, custom components are configured using a Component Builder and can be invoked using Action Javascript. Custom Components are an advanced feature for building web and desktop interfaces. Custom Components are not recommended for use in mobile applications.
Grid Fields Pane
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/Introducing the Grid Builder/Grid Fields Menu.xml
The Grid Fields pane shows the fields that have been returned by your table or view selection or SQL query. You move these fields from the Available Fields list to the Selected Fields list to display them on the grid. See also Selecting the Fields to Display.
Mobile and Web Components
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/index.xml
Components are the building blocks of Alpha Anywhere applications. A workspace can contain one or more components. Some types of components are better suited for mobile applications or web applications.
Genie-Style Dialog Example
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Genie-Style Dialog Example.xml
For this example, we obtained the fields from the customer DBF table in Alphasports. Then we divided the fields logically into tabs and turned on Genie style for the outer tab control. Finally we added validation rules for the fields we deemed essential.
UX Component
/documentation/pages/Client/Guide/Design/View/Grid/UX Component - Older Page.xml
This is an older UX Component page that gives a general overview of the builders categories, properties, and features. For a more current description of the UX builder visit the other UX Component page.
/documentation/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/PDF from HTML.xml
Get the HTML inside a container and convert to PDF.