PageInitializationEvents Enum

Internally, jQuery Mobile auto-initializes plugins based on the markup conventions found in a given "page". For example, an input element with a type of range will automatically generate a custom slider control. This auto-initialization is controlled by the "page" plugin, which dispatches events before and after it executes, allowing you to manipulate a page either pre-or-post initialization, or even provide your own intialization behavior and prevent the auto-initializations from occuring. Note that these events will only fire once per "page", as opposed to the show/hide events, which fire every time a page is shown and hidden.

Namespace: SharpKit.jQueryMobile

Base Types

System.Enum

Base Interfaces

System.IConvertible
System.IFormattable
System.IComparable

Fields

Name Description
pagebeforecreate Triggered on the page being initialized, before initialization occurs.
pagecreate Triggered on the page being initialized, after initialization occurs. We recommend binding to this event instead of DOM ready() because this will work regardless of whether the page is loaded directly or if the content is pulled into another page as part of the Ajax navigation system.
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