VBox Class

Namespace: Ext.layout

Base Types

System.Object

Constructors

Name Description
VBox()

Properties

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alternateClassName The VBox (short for vertical box) layout makes it easy to position items horizontally in a {@link Ext.Container Container}. It can size items based on a fixed height or a fraction of the total height available. For example, let's say we want a banner to take one third of the available height, and an information panel in the rest of the screen. We can achieve this with vbox layout's *flex* config: @example Ext.create('Ext.Container', { fullscreen: true, layout: 'vbox', items: [ { html: 'Awesome banner', style: 'background-color: #759E60;', flex: 1 }, { html: 'Some wonderful information', style: 'background-color: #5E99CC;', flex: 2 } ] }); This will give us two boxes - one that's one third of the available height, the other being two thirds of the available height: {@img ../guides/layouts/vbox.jpg} We can also specify fixed heights for child items, or mix fixed heights and flexes. For example, here we have 3 items - one at the top and bottom with flex: 1, and one in the center with a fixed width of 100px: @example preview portrait Ext.create('Ext.Container', { fullscreen: true, layout: 'vbox', items: [ { html: 'Top item', style: 'background-color: #5E99CC;', flex: 1 }, { html: 'Center item', height: 100 }, { html: 'Bottom item', style: 'background-color: #759E60;', flex: 1 } ] }); Which gives us an effect like this: {@img ../guides/layouts/vboxfixed.jpg} For a more detailed overview of what layouts are and the types of layouts shipped with Sencha Touch 2, check out the [Layout Guide](#!/guide/layouts).
extend The VBox (short for vertical box) layout makes it easy to position items horizontally in a {@link Ext.Container Container}. It can size items based on a fixed height or a fraction of the total height available. For example, let's say we want a banner to take one third of the available height, and an information panel in the rest of the screen. We can achieve this with vbox layout's *flex* config: @example Ext.create('Ext.Container', { fullscreen: true, layout: 'vbox', items: [ { html: 'Awesome banner', style: 'background-color: #759E60;', flex: 1 }, { html: 'Some wonderful information', style: 'background-color: #5E99CC;', flex: 2 } ] }); This will give us two boxes - one that's one third of the available height, the other being two thirds of the available height: {@img ../guides/layouts/vbox.jpg} We can also specify fixed heights for child items, or mix fixed heights and flexes. For example, here we have 3 items - one at the top and bottom with flex: 1, and one in the center with a fixed width of 100px: @example preview portrait Ext.create('Ext.Container', { fullscreen: true, layout: 'vbox', items: [ { html: 'Top item', style: 'background-color: #5E99CC;', flex: 1 }, { html: 'Center item', height: 100 }, { html: 'Bottom item', style: 'background-color: #759E60;', flex: 1 } ] }); Which gives us an effect like this: {@img ../guides/layouts/vboxfixed.jpg} For a more detailed overview of what layouts are and the types of layouts shipped with Sencha Touch 2, check out the [Layout Guide](#!/guide/layouts).
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