# Titanium.UI

The main Titanium.UI module.

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0

# Overview

The UI module is responsible for native user-interface components and interaction inside Titanium. The goal of the UI module is to provide a native experience along with native performance by compiling Javascript code into their native counterparts as part of the build process.

# Design

The UI module is broken down into 3 major area:

  • Views - Titanium.UI.View are containers that host visual elements such as controls or other views. Views can have their properties customized, such as their border color and radius, can fire events such as swipe events or touches, and can optionally contain a hierarchy or other views as children. In Titanium, most views are specialized to perform both a visual function and set of interaction behaviors such as Titanium.UI.TableView or Titanium.UI.iOS.CoverFlowView. Views are always named with the suffix View.

  • Controls - controls, or sometimes referred as widgets, are visual elements such as Titanium.UI.Slider, Titanium.UI.Button and Titanium.UI.Switch. They provide a visual element which has a defined behavior and typical have special configuration and special events. Controls themselves are views and also inherit a views properties, functions and events.

  • Windows - Titanium.UI.Window are typically top-level visual constructs that are the main part of your interface. An application will always have at least one window and windows can take different shapes and sizes, can have display and interaction properties such as fullscreen or modal and can be customized, such as changing their opacity or background color. Windows themselves are views and also inherit a views properties, functions and events. There are a few specialization of Windows such as a Titanium.UI.TabGroup which offer additional behavior beyond the basic Window. It is considered a best practice to use a Titanium.UI.NavigationWindow as the root of your application.

Titanium uses the Factory Pattern (opens new window) for constructing objects and a general naming pattern for APIs. For example, to construct a Titanium.UI.AlertDialog, you call the method Titanium.UI.createAlertDialog. To create a Titanium.UI.TextArea, you call the method Titanium.UI.createTextArea. Once an object is created, it will be available until it goes out of scope.

# Optimizations

UI objects are optimized by Titanium to not be realized into the drawing context and placed into the device UI surface until needed. That means that you can create UI objects, set their properties and add them to their hierarchy without much worry about memory or performance. When the native drawing surface needs to render a specific view or control, Titanium will automatically create the view as needed. Additionally, Titanium is optimized to also release memory once the view is no longer needed, on screen or in low memory situations. However, it's a good idea to help Titanium along in certain cases where you are no longer using objects. For example, you should call close on a Titanium.UI.Window instance when you are no longer using it. You can safely call open on the window again to re-open it.

# Global Context

Prior to the release of Titanium SDK 9.0.0.GA any variable declared in app.js or alloy.js was added to a global scope. This however is no longer the case since 9.0.0.GA. However it is still possible to add variables to a global scope by adding global. in front of any variabled declared in app.js or alloy.js. However you should be careful with adding variables to global context because anything added to the global context will not be garbage-collected.

In Alloy the recommended way to add global context is Alloy.Globals.

# Portability

Titanium components are designed to be portable across as many platforms as it supports. However, there are cases where a device either does not support a specific feature or capability or where it support additional functionality. For cases where the device OS supports capabilities that other platforms do not, we attempt to place those capabilities in a separate namespace, such as Titanium.UI.iOS. However, in cases where the control is in a common namespace and support additional features, we continue to place that functionality directly on the object.

# Events

Event listeners must be defined before their respective events are likely to be fired, otherwise they are not guaranteed to be called. The open and focus Titanium.UI.Window event listeners, for instance, must be defined before the window is opened.

Evaluating events as late as possible while bearing the above consideration in mind, however, can significantly improve application responsiveness. For example, an event listener for a click event may be defined after the parent window has been opened.

Adding eventListeners in Alloy makes sure they are bound before they are fired.

# Colors

Many UI components have properties that control their color.

Colors may be specified as a hex triplet to determine the red, green and blue channels. Thus, '#000000' is specified for black, '#ff0000' for red, '#00ff00' for green, '#0000ff' for blue, and '#ffffff' for white, etc. A channel may be abbreviated when its two hex digits are identical, such as '#000', '#f00', '#0f0#', '#00f' and '#fff' for the above colors, respectively.

An additional alpha channel is supported as a prefix to the hex triplet (ARGB or AARRGGBB). So, to make the purple-like color '#ff00ff' semi-opaque, you could use an alpha value of '55', giving, '#55ff00ff' or '#5f0f'. Please note that both iOS and Android use ARGB format, while typical CSS supports RGBA.

Note that while the pound symbol, #, is not mandatory on iOS when using the hex triplet format, it is recommended to include it to provide compatibility with other platforms.

iOS and Android also accept colors specified in the form, rgb(R,G,B) and rgba(R,G,B,A), with the color channels inside the parethesis represented by integer numbers between 0 and 255 and the alpha channel by a float number between 0 and 1.0 (transparent to opaque, respectively). For example, an opaque purple could be obtained using 'rgb(255,0,255)' and a semi-opaque purple using 'rgba(255,0,255,0.3)'. Note that although this format will work if the rgb or rgba prefix is omitted, this is not officially supported and thus not recommended.

Alternatively, the following set of color names are recognized.

'aqua', 'black', 'blue', 'brown', 'cyan', 'darkgray', 'fuchsia', 'gray', 'green', 'lightgray', 'lime', 'magenta', 'maroon', 'navy', 'olive', 'orange', 'pink', 'purple', 'red', 'silver', 'teal', 'white', 'yellow'.

All color properties also accept a value of 'transparent'.

On Android, if you want to create a semi-transparent window, set the opacity property before opening the window.

On iOS, you can set a global tinting using Titanium.UI.tintColor. All child views will inherit the tint color by default and are able to override the color using tintColor on their own views. The default tintColor on iOS is the blue (system-color).

If a color property is undefined, the default color of the particular UI element is applied. If a color value is not valid on iOS, the default color is applied, whereas, on Android, the color yellow is applied.

On iOS, you may use named system colors. See the Titanium.UI.Color documentation for more details.

# Dark Mode

In iOS 13 Apple introduced support for users to adopt a system-wide Dark Mode setting where the screens, view, menus, and controls use a darker color palette. You can read more about this in the Apple Human Interface Guidelines.

There are two aspects to dark mode that can be specified for your app, colors and images.

# Specifying Dark Mode colors

To specify colors for dark mode, also known as semantic colors, first create a file called semantic.colors.json in the Resources directory for classic applications, or in the assets directory for Alloy applications. Then you can specify color names in the following format:

  {
    "textColor": { // the name for your color
      "dark": {
        "color": "#ff85e2", // hex color code to be set
        "alpha": "50" // can be set from a range of 0.0-100.0, integer or float
      },
      "light": "#ff1f1f" // can be a hex color (with alpha via ARGB/AARRGGBB)
    }
  }

To reference these colors in your application use the Titanium.UI.fetchSemanticColor API, this is a cross platform API that on iOS 13 and above will use the native method that checks the users system-wide setting, and in all other instances will check the Titanium.UI.semanticColorType property and return the correct color for the current setting.

You may also directly use the named of the colors as values to any color properties on UI elements.

# Specifying Dark Mode images

Note: Dark Mode images are iOS only.

To specify dark mode images, use the -dark suffix on the image name. When building your app the images are set as the dark mode variant, then refer to images as normal and iOS will select the correct image dependent on the users system-wide setting.

For example given an image logo.png with @2x and @3x variants, the following dark mode images should exist:

  • logo-dark.png
  • logo-dark@2x.png
  • logo-dark@3x.png

And you would reference the image as before using logo-dark.png

# Examples

# Color Demo

The following example demonstrates all the color formats, and color names, that are intended to be supported by Titanium. See the Titanium.UI section for details.

var colorArray = [
  '#ff00ff', '#f0f', 'rgb(255,0,255)',
  'transparent', '#55ff00ff', '#5f0f', 'rgba(255,0,255,0.3)',
  'aqua', 'black', 'blue', 'brown', 'cyan', 'darkgray', 'fuchsia', 'gray', 'green',
  'lightgray', 'lime', 'magenta', 'maroon', 'navy', 'olive', 'orange', 'pink',
  'purple', 'red', 'silver', 'teal', 'white', 'yellow',
];
var win = Ti.UI.createWindow({
  backgroundColor: 'black',
  exitOnClose: true,
  fullscreen: false,
  layout: 'vertical',
  title: 'Color Demo'
});
var rows = [];
var row;
for (var i=0, ilen = colorArray.length; i < ilen; i++){
  row = Ti.UI.createTableViewRow({
    color:'black',
    backgroundColor: colorArray[i],
    title: colorArray[i],
    height: 40
  });
  rows.push(row);
}
var table = Ti.UI.createTableView({
  data: rows,
  backgroundColor: 'white'
});
win.add(table);
win.open();

# Properties

# backgroundColor

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
backgroundColor :String | Titanium.UI.Color

Sets the background color of the master view (when there are no windows or other top-level controls displayed).

The default background color may also show through if you use semi-transparent windows.


# backgroundImage

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
backgroundImage :String

Local path or URL to an image file for setting a background for the master view (when there are no windows or other top-level controls displayed).

The default background image may also show through if you use semi-transparent windows.


# overrideUserInterfaceStyle

Availability
10.0.1
10.0.1
10.0.1
overrideUserInterfaceStyle :Number

Forces the app to used assigned theme instead of the system theme.

When set to USER_INTERFACE_STYLE_DARK or USER_INTERFACE_STYLE_LIGHT, the app will ignore the system's current theme and use the theme assigned to this property instead.

When set to USER_INTERFACE_STYLE_UNSPECIFIED, the app will use the system's current theme. To determine what the system's current theme is, you must read the userInterfaceStyle property.

See UI_MODE_NIGHT_MASK.

Default: Titanium.UI.USER_INTERFACE_STYLE_UNSPECIFIED


# semanticColorType DEPRECATED

Availability
8.2.0
8.2.0
9.2.0
semanticColorType :String

DEPRECATED SINCE 9.1.0

Use userInterfaceStyle instead.

The current mode for the device (corresponding to night/dark or light/normal)

This API can be assigned the following constants:

# tintColor

Availability
6.0.0
9.2.0
tintColor :String | Titanium.UI.Color

Sets the global tint color of the application. It is inherited by the child views and can be overwritten by them using the tintColor property.


# userInterfaceStyle READONLY

Availability
9.1.0
9.1.0
9.2.0
userInterfaceStyle :Number

The style associated with the user interface.

Use this property to determine whether your interface should be configured with a dark or light appearance. The default value of this trait is set to the corresponding appearance setting on the user's device.

See UI_MODE_NIGHT_MASK.

# Methods

# convertUnits

Availability
2.0.0
2.0.0
9.2.0
convertUnits(convertFromValue, convertToUnits) Number

Converts one type of unit to another using the metrics of the main display.

As this method does not support percentages, 0 is returned if they are specified.

Parameters

Name Type Description
convertFromValue String

Measurement and optional unit to convert from, i.e. 160, "120dip". Percentages are not accepted.

convertToUnits Number

Desired unit for the conversion result.

Returns

Type
Number

# create2DMatrix DEPRECATED

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
create2DMatrix([parameters]) Titanium.UI.2DMatrix

DEPRECATED SINCE 8.0.0

Use createMatrix2D instead.

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.2DMatrix.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Matrix2DCreationDict

Initial transformation of the matrix.

Returns


# create3DMatrix DEPRECATED

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
create3DMatrix([parameters]) Titanium.UI.3DMatrix

DEPRECATED SINCE 8.0.0

Use createMatrix3D instead.

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.3DMatrix.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Matrix3DCreationDict

Initial transformation of the matrix.

Returns


# createActivityIndicator

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createActivityIndicator([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ActivityIndicator

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ActivityIndicator.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ActivityIndicator>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ActivityIndicator except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createAlertDialog

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createAlertDialog([parameters]) Titanium.UI.AlertDialog

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.AlertDialog.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.AlertDialog>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.AlertDialog except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createAnimation

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createAnimation([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Animation

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Animation.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Animation>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Animation except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createAttributedString

Availability
3.6.0
3.6.0
9.2.0
4.1.0
createAttributedString([parameters]) Titanium.UI.AttributedString

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.AttributedString.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.AttributedString>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.AttributedString except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createButton

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createButton([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Button

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Button.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Button>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Button except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createButtonBar

Availability
10.0.0
0.8
9.2.0
createButtonBar([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ButtonBar

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ButtonBar.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ButtonBar>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ButtonBar except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createColor

Availability
9.1.0
9.1.0
9.2.0
createColor([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Color

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Color.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Color>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Color except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createDashboardItem

Availability
1.2
9.2.0
createDashboardItem([parameters]) Titanium.UI.DashboardItem

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.DashboardItem.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.DashboardItem>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.DashboardItem except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createDashboardView

Availability
1.2
9.2.0
createDashboardView([parameters]) Titanium.UI.DashboardView

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.DashboardView.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.DashboardView>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.DashboardView except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createEmailDialog

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createEmailDialog([parameters]) Titanium.UI.EmailDialog

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.EmailDialog.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.EmailDialog>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.EmailDialog except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createImageView

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createImageView([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ImageView

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ImageView.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ImageView>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ImageView except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createLabel

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createLabel([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Label

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Label.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Label>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Label except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createListSection

Availability
3.1.0
3.1.0
9.2.0
4.1.0
createListSection([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ListSection

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ListSection.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ListSection>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ListSection except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createListView

Availability
3.1.0
3.1.0
9.2.0
4.1.0
createListView([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ListView

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ListView.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ListView>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ListView except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createMaskedImage

Availability
7.3.0
0.8
9.2.0
createMaskedImage([parameters]) Titanium.UI.MaskedImage

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.MaskedImage.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.MaskedImage>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.MaskedImage except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createMatrix2D

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
createMatrix2D([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Matrix2D

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Matrix2D.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Matrix2DCreationDict

Initial transformation of the matrix.

Returns


# createMatrix3D

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
createMatrix3D([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Matrix3D

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Matrix3D.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Matrix3DCreationDict

Initial transformation of the matrix.

Returns


# createNavigationWindow

Availability
8.0.0
8.0.0
9.2.0
8.0.0
createNavigationWindow([parameters]) Titanium.UI.NavigationWindow

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.NavigationWindow.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.NavigationWindow>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.NavigationWindow except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createNotification

Availability
0.8
4.1.0
createNotification([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Notification

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Notification.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Notification>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Notification except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createOptionBar

Availability
10.0.0
10.0.0
10.0.0
createOptionBar([parameters]) Titanium.UI.OptionBar

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.OptionBar.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.OptionBar>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.OptionBar except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createOptionDialog

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createOptionDialog([parameters]) Titanium.UI.OptionDialog

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.OptionDialog.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.OptionDialog>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.OptionDialog except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createPicker

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createPicker([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Picker

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Picker.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Picker>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Picker except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createPickerColumn

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createPickerColumn([parameters]) Titanium.UI.PickerColumn

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.PickerColumn.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.PickerColumn>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.PickerColumn except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createPickerRow

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createPickerRow([parameters]) Titanium.UI.PickerRow

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.PickerRow.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.PickerRow>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.PickerRow except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createProgressBar

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createProgressBar([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ProgressBar

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ProgressBar.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ProgressBar>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ProgressBar except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createRefreshControl

Availability
6.2.0
3.2.0
9.2.0
createRefreshControl([parameters]) Titanium.UI.RefreshControl

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.RefreshControl.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.RefreshControl>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.RefreshControl except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createScrollableView

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createScrollableView([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ScrollableView

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ScrollableView.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ScrollableView>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ScrollableView except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createScrollView

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createScrollView([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ScrollView

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ScrollView.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ScrollView>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ScrollView except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createSearchBar

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createSearchBar([parameters]) Titanium.UI.SearchBar

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.SearchBar.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.SearchBar>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.SearchBar except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createShortcut

Availability
9.1.0
9.1.0
9.2.0
createShortcut([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Shortcut

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Shortcut.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Shortcut>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Shortcut except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createShortcutItem

Availability
7.5.0
9.1.0
9.2.0
createShortcutItem([parameters]) Titanium.UI.ShortcutItem

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.ShortcutItem.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.ShortcutItem>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.ShortcutItem except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createSlider

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createSlider([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Slider

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Slider.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Slider>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Slider except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createSwitch

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createSwitch([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Switch

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Switch.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Switch>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Switch except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTab

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createTab([parameters]) Titanium.UI.Tab

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.Tab.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.Tab>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.Tab except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTabbedBar

Availability
8.0.0
0.8
9.2.0
createTabbedBar([parameters]) Titanium.UI.TabbedBar

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.TabbedBar.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.TabbedBar>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.TabbedBar except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTabGroup

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createTabGroup([parameters]) Titanium.UI.TabGroup

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.TabGroup.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.TabGroup>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.TabGroup except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTableView

Availability
0.8
0.8
9.2.0
4.1.0
createTableView([parameters]) Titanium.UI.TableView

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.TableView.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.TableView>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.TableView except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTableViewRow

Availability
0.9
0.9
9.2.0
4.1.0
createTableViewRow([parameters]) Titanium.UI.TableViewRow

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.TableViewRow.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.TableViewRow>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.TableViewRow except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTableViewSection

Availability
0.9
0.9
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createTableViewSection([parameters]) Titanium.UI.TableViewSection

Creates and returns an instance of Titanium.UI.TableViewSection.

Parameters

Name Type Description
parameters Dictionary<Titanium.UI.TableViewSection>

Properties to set on a new object, including any defined by Titanium.UI.TableViewSection except those marked not-creation or read-only.

Returns


# createTextArea

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