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From Greg Brown <gk_br...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: TabPane
Date Fri, 03 Dec 2010 01:56:42 GMT
Looks good so far (though you'll want to call setCollapsible(true), not setCollapsed()). Next
step would be:

BoxPane boxPane = new BoxPane();

While you can certainly create your UI this way, I am curious to know why you would prefer
to do it "by hand" rather than using BXML. I know that a lot of developers have an aversion
to XML, and this is (to some extent) justified - for many applications, XML is overly verbose,
and something like JSON would be more appropriate. However, for UI construction, XML really
is handy.

Take a look at the BXML Primer section of the tutorial for more info on how BXML maps to Java
(and vice versa).


On Dec 2, 2010, at 8:00 PM, Jamal BERRICH wrote:

> Hello 
>        I'am creating a ui with pivot using Java (not xml).
>        I'm searching to traduct this code in Java :
>        <TabPane selectedIndex="-1" collapsible="true" styles="{tabOrientation:'vertical'}"
>                             tooltipText="Click a tab to expand/collapse">
>                             <BoxPane styles="{horizontalAlignment:'center', verticalAlignment:'center'}">
>                                 <TabPane.tabData>
>                                     <content:ButtonData icon="@anchor.png" text="Anchor"/>
>                                 </TabPane.tabData>
>                                 <Label text="Collapsible"/>
>                             </BoxPane>
> </TabPane>
> I have this :
>         TabPane tabPane = new TabPane();
>         tabPane.setSelectedIndex(-1);
>         tabPane.setCollapsed(true);
>         tabPane.getStyles().put("tabOrientation", Orientation.VERTICAL);
> can you help me please ?

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