Javascript in UX Components


Topics covering Javascript in UX Components, where it can be added, and using various Action Javascript actions that are available.

Client Side Javascript in UX Components

This is an overview of javascript in UX Components, what events are, how javascript can be written, where javascript can be used, and ways to test javascript in UX components.

Action Javascript for the UX

Action Javascript adds functionality to your app by defining behaviors using property sheets. The code required to perform the actions is generated for you. These articles cover a wide variety of actions available in the UX Component.

UX and Grid Component - Javascript Confirmation Windows - Title Direction

By default, all confirmation dialogs show the title on the left and the close icon on the right. For right to left languages, you might want to change this. To do so, put the following Javascript in the Grid or UX onRenderComplete client-side event:

UX Component - User-Defined Sub-Themes

Most of the Javascript controls on a UX component support the concept of 'sub-themes'. This topic discusses how user-defined sub-themes can be added to a UX component.