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Grouped Widgets: Listbox   Tree   Combobox   Menu   Table   Splitter   Tabs

Prebuilt Widgets: Collapsible Panel Bar Windows   Zooming Box   Color Picker   Toolbar   Popups and Tooltips
Widget Properties: Animations   Anchors   Attach to Widget   Attach to Container   Drag N Drop   Gradient   Layout   Polling (real-time)  

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Bambookit GUI - Widget Features

    Widget Styles
  • Gradients for backgrounds
  • Background/Foreground colors
  • Border colors
  • Multiple Image setable
  • 13 Widget Border types
  • Transparency
  • Fonts
  • Text Alignment
  • Text Formatting

    Events
  • action
  • mouse pressed/released
  • key pressed/released
  • on load/unload
  • focus gained/lost
    Widget Attributes
  • Size settings
  • Labels
  • Enabled/Disabled
  • Visible/Invisible

    Other
  • Frame support
  • URL calls
  • Ability to create more then one panel in a widget-container
  • No limit on container nesting
  • Dynamically scripted from PHP, JSP, ASP, CGI, PERL, ColdFusion to XML.
The Bambookit widget universe has only one broad category - widgets. User Interface elements in Bambookit GUI are called widgets. Each of these user interface elements has a list of properties that affect how it appears on screen. At their foundation, all widgets share a large number of properties.

Widget is a basic control, therefore all Bambookit widgets extend from a 'Widget', and inherit most of the 'Widget' properties. Widget Control plays two roles in your presentation design: widget to create containers, and a widget to represent a static background text for things such as instructions, labels for images or picture-style command buttons, page titles and so on.

Widget as a container. A Bambookit widget container is a rectangular-shaped widget that holds one or more other widgets. Containers can hold interacive elements, such as buttons and fields, and even other containers. There is no limit to the amount of container nesting you can deploy. Most typically, however, you use a container to associate widgets in a unified group - whether that group is based on funcionality or simply geographical convinience on the screen.

Widget as a static text. A static text box is designed strictly for authoring convenienc: it is text box widget that behave like label text.



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