|Properties | Class properties ||
This topic shows you how to take the sample Macro Language code that is provided in the QuickApp Editor examples and bring up the Widget Builder to see the corresponding settings.
A number of QuickApp examples are provided for each of the various classes of widgets. These examples demonstrate how settings in the Widget Builder affect the behavior or appearance of the widgets. They also give you the ability to play with different settings in the Widget Builder and then see the effects on the widget.
To run an example provided for a particular widget class:
Let's say we wanted to show the settings in the Widget Builder for one of the examples of the input field widget. You could navigate to and open that topic from the table of contents in the 1010data User's Guide.
Let's say we've opened the Input field topic and scrolled down to the first Example section:
You will see a table that contains all the metadata for the QuickApp.
The QuickApp containing your widget will be displayed.
The background will turn into a grid with the widgets appearing on top of it.
For example, to see the widget properties associated with the First numeric input field widget, right-click anywhere on it and click Widget properties from the menu.
The Widget Builder will open, showing the Class properties tab for this widget.
Let's say we want the input field to be blue and the text color to be white:
You will see your changes to the widget.
Your QuickApp will be displayed with the changes you have made.
Feel free to explore each of the examples for the different widgets and play with the various settings to get a feel for how they work.