Write, compile, and run a graphical application that creates, modifies, and reports on data stored in a database.
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6. Form Widgets
Understanding attributes (properties)
Set attributes to customize user interface objects.
Use of edits (formFields)
Create editable fields for input and display of data on a form.
Use of buttons and buttonEdits
Create buttons on a form to trigger actions.
Use of labels
Create labels to display text or data on a form.
Use of textEdits
Create note style objects on a form for input and display of long text.
TextEdit styles: hyperlinks, integrated search, and spell checking (New in v. 2.20!)
Creating HTML hyperlinks in textEdits, buttons, and labels (New in v. 2.20!)
Use of radioGroups
Create sets of radio buttons on a form for single-choice selections.
Use of checkBoxes
Add checkboxes on a form.
Use of dateEdits (calendar)
Add a form item that automatically pops up a calendar for date selection.
Use of comboBoxes
Create a drop down list of items for single-choice selection.
Related example code – 2nd combobox populates after user selects item from 1st combobox
Use of sliders, spinEdits, and timeEdits
Add form items that allow the user to increment values by mouseclick and/or typing.
Use of progressbars
Add a form item that continuously displays the progress of a task.
Use of images
Add a form item for displaying a frequently changing image from a data source or a static logo-type image.