How to Programmatically Set the Min and Max Value for a Slider Control
/pages/HowTo/UX/Change Slider Min Max Values.xml
The minimum and maximum value for a two-value Slider Control can be set programmatically at run-time.
How to Extract the Value from a URI Query String
/pages/HowTo/Other/Get Value From Query String.xml

URI Query Strings are used to provide page parameters to a web page -- such as an A5W page or HTML page. A specific value for a variable in a query string can be extracted on the client using JavaScript.

Opening a Page with a Grid Component and Showing Selected Records
/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Grid/Opening a Page with a Grid Component and Showing Selected Records.xml
A common requirement when building a grid is to have a hyperlink field in the grid that, when clicked, will open a second page. The second page contains a grid that is filtered based on parameters from the first page. These examples show how to do this. The URL that opens the second page has query parameters that contain one or more of the _filter, _order, and _link keywords. These keywords allow you to specify a filter, order and/or linking parameters for the grid in the target page.
Understanding the Grid Nature of a Dialog Box
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Understanding the Grid Nature of a Dialog Box.xml
While Xdialog does a pretty good job of spacing out the controls you define in a logical way, you will typically want to tweak the default layout of a dialog box. The controls on an Xdialog are laid out in much the same way as text is laid out in a document that you create on your word processor (actually a word processor that does not have automatic word-wrap). In a word processor, the characters appear on the line, starting at the left and moving to the right until you press Enter to move to the next line (remember, we are talking about a pretty lame word processor that does not have an automatic word-wrap feature). Then, text appears on the next line until you press Enter to move to the third line and so on. You can line up columns of text in your word processor by using the Tab key.
Open a UX component to Edit Current Record in Grid, or add a new Record
/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/Open a UX component to Edit Current Record in Grid, or add a new Record.xml
Open an UX component in a pop-up window, or in a DIV on the current page, to edit the current row in a Grid component or to enter a new record. (Only new Ajax Components can be opened. Old Dialogs in V10 and earlier are not supported.)
How to Simulate the 'click' Event for a Control
/pages/HowTo/Other/Simulate an Event.xml
Event handlers can be added for control events -- click, double tap, on key press, etc. In some cases, it may be necessary to trigger a control's event, such as the click event. This can be done by getting a pointer to the control and calling a function to simulate the click.
Creating a Spin List using Data Series
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/Spin List/Creating a Spin List using Data Series.xml
A Spin List control can be based on Static Data or a Data Series. When a Spin List control is populated with Data Series, the values in the Spin List are dynamically populated at run-time.
Open a AppLauncher component
/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/Open a AppLauncher component.xml
Open a AppLauncher component in a pop-up window, or in a DIV on the current page.
Displaying Data from a Pointer Array in a Dialog Box
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Displaying Data from a Pointer Array in a Dialog Box.xml
Assume that you want to display a list box showing the company names in a array. To do this, the syntax for the list box would be:
Putting a Button on the Dialog
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/Buttons/Putting a Button on the Dialog.xml
Let's now make the "Hello World" dialog a little more complex by adding a button to the dialog.