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Button

The Button is a graphical user interface element that triggers an event on its click action. It can contain a text, an image, or both.

<button id="button">Button</button>
<script>
var btnObj = new Button();
btnObj.appendTo("#button");
</script>

Properties

content

string

Defines the text content of the Button element.

Defaults to ""

cssClass

string

Defines class/multiple classes separated by a space in the Button element. The Button types, styles, and size can be defined by using this.

Defaults to ""

disabled

boolean

Specifies a value that indicates whether the Button is disabled or not.

Defaults to false.

enablePersistence

boolean

Enable or disable persisting component’s state between page reloads.

Defaults to false

enableRtl

boolean

Enable or disable rendering component in right to left direction.

Defaults to false

iconCss

string

Defines class/multiple classes separated by a space for the Button that is used to include an icon. Buttons can also include font icon and sprite image.

Defaults to ""

iconPosition

string

Positions the icon before/after the text content in the Button. The possible values are:

  • Left: The icon will be positioned to the left of the text content.
  • Right: The icon will be positioned to the right of the text content.

Defaults to “left”

isPrimary

boolean

Allows the appearance of the Button to be enhanced and visually appealing when set to true.

Defaults to false

isToggle

boolean

Makes the Button toggle, when set to true. When you click it, the state changes from normal to active.

Defaults to false

Methods

addEventListener

Adds the handler to the given event listener.

Returns void

appendTo

Appends the control within the given HTML element

Parameter Type Description
selector (optional) string | HTMLElement Target element where control needs to be appended

Returns void

dataBind

When invoked, applies the pending property changes immediately to the component.

Returns void

destroy

Destroys the widget.

Returns void

refresh

Applies all the pending property changes and render the component again.

Returns void

removeEventListener

Removes the handler from the given event listener.

Returns void

Events

created

EmitType<Event>

Triggers once the component rendering is completed.