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Search Class

Namespace: Ext.field

Base Types

System.Object

Constructors

Name Description
Search()

Properties

Name Description
alias The Search field creates an HTML5 search input and is usually created inside a form. Because it creates an HTML search input type, the visual styling of this input is slightly different to normal text input contrls (the corners are rounded), though the virtual keyboard displayed by the operating system is the standard keyboard control. As with all other form fields in Sencha Touch, the search field gains a "clear" button that appears whenever there is text entered into the form, and which removes that text when tapped. Ext.create('Ext.form.Panel', { tbar: { text: 'Search' }, items: [ { xtype: 'searchfield', label: 'Query', name: 'query' } ] }); Or on its own, outside of a form: Ext.create('Ext.field.Search', { label: 'Search:', value: 'query' }); Because search field inherits from {@link Ext.field.Text textfield} it gains all of the functionality that text fields provide, including getting and setting the value at runtime, validations and various events that are fired as the user interacts with the component. Check out the {@link Ext.field.Text} docs to see the additional functionality available.
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extend The Search field creates an HTML5 search input and is usually created inside a form. Because it creates an HTML search input type, the visual styling of this input is slightly different to normal text input contrls (the corners are rounded), though the virtual keyboard displayed by the operating system is the standard keyboard control. As with all other form fields in Sencha Touch, the search field gains a "clear" button that appears whenever there is text entered into the form, and which removes that text when tapped. Ext.create('Ext.form.Panel', { tbar: { text: 'Search' }, items: [ { xtype: 'searchfield', label: 'Query', name: 'query' } ] }); Or on its own, outside of a form: Ext.create('Ext.field.Search', { label: 'Search:', value: 'query' }); Because search field inherits from {@link Ext.field.Text textfield} it gains all of the functionality that text fields provide, including getting and setting the value at runtime, validations and various events that are fired as the user interacts with the component. Check out the {@link Ext.field.Text} docs to see the additional functionality available.
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