Enyo Developer Guide Bootplate: with Enyo in 5 Minutes · Planning and Structuring Your App · Tutorial: Building a Moonstone App. Enyo Essentials. As an Enyo developer, you have a great deal of freedom in choosing the platform . If you haven’t already done so, read through the Moonstone App Tutorial. This tutorial is geared for those already know the basic . Hope this tutorial helps in setting up the environment right for enyo development.
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Enyo setup First download “enyo” from enyo website and extract the zip folder. In the above code the name property of the image is “logo”, this gives access to the image component though ‘this.
Enyo also offers a library of components for layout. And also add thtorial buttons for “skewing” the image.
Now the enyo framework is ready to use. The first thing user has to do for using the ‘Onyx’ components is to add the “onyx” class to the application.
After adding the ‘rotationChanged’ function to the code, the image will rotate through 90 degrees when user clicks on “Rotate” button. FittableColumns allows user to place content in columns. User Menu Login Register. FittableRows allows user to place content in rows, on one of these rows user can set the fit property to true which will give it a variable height that will expand as the page is resized.
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In this application “layoutKind” property of a control is used to apply proper layout to the application. This article explains a sample application that can ‘rotate’ and ‘skew’ an image. This effectively makes the component itself the app. This is as simple as adding a “classes” property to the “App” and setting that to “onyx”. Enyo will create ‘getters’ and ‘setters’ for the properties defined in “Published” section of the code. Published Property Enyo will create ‘getters’ and ‘setters’ for the properties defined in “Published” section of the code.
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Below is the code for rotating and skewing the image. Why was this document not helpful? So in the above case, Enyo will automatically create the methods ‘setRotation’ and ‘getRotation’ on the object. The applyStyle method applies a CSS style to the particular component.
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Onyx extends and improves the library of components available for Enyo by adding additional features and styling. To use this sample in application user has to know how to setup an enyo framework. The basic unit of an Enyo application is a “component”, and these “components” can combines and wired together in different ways to create an application.
Components can also be combined together to create more complex components. To know how the image will rotate, user has to know about Published property. The above code has a published property called ‘rotation’ which is initially set to ‘0’ and will store the rotation applied to the image in the component.
Like with FittableRows one of these columns can have fit set to true and that column will expand to take up futorial space.
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In this method this. This can then be reused across multiple applications or within the same application.
After extracting, copy “enyo”, “lib”, “source” folders into “Tizen workspace”. Now divide the “Rotate” button into two, one for clockwise rotation and the other for counter clockwise rotation.
In this case it will be able to find out when the rotation is changed, and update the component accordingly. Below is the code for the ‘rotationChanged’ method. It is object-oriented and uses object-oriented concepts such as encapsulation to create reusable code.
To reduce the complexity in the app remove the app that included the tutotial and rename the RotateComponent to “App”. Below is the code for rotating and skewing the image enyo. Now create a method called “rotationChanged”, and Enyo will automatically call it when ‘rotation’ value is changed via ‘setRotation’. The Onyx component set is designed with mobiles and tablets in mind. Inaccurate or wrong information.