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{{Property | name=DisplayMode | description=(iOSSplitView.DisplayModes) How the lefthand see of the split view will be displayed.}}
 
{{Property | name=DisplayMode | description=(iOSSplitView.DisplayModes) How the lefthand see of the split view will be displayed.}}
 
{{Property | name=Master | description=(iOSSplitContent) The master (or left-hand side) view or tab bar to display.}}
 
{{Property | name=Master | description=(iOSSplitContent) The master (or left-hand side) view or tab bar to display.}}
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<dynamicTable id="Methods" class="methodTable" interface="iOSViewController" title="Methods"  columns="3" exclude=ViewResized,ViewWillAppear,ViewWillDisappear>
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 20:32, 12 March 2021

Class (inherits from Object)

A SplitView allows you to present master/detail views on a single iPad screen.

Enumerations
DisplayModes
Events
AppearanceChanged
Properties
Detail DisplayMode Master
Shared Methods
Available

Notes

You can create an split in code by using iOSApplication.CurrentScreen like this:

Var split As New iOSSplitView

Var master As New MasterView
split.Master = master

Var detail As New DetailView
split.Detail = detail

App.CurrentScreen.Content = split

See Also

iOSView