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Ext.NET Web Application Development by Anup Shah

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Chapter 3. Layout with Ext.NET

Web applications often require rich and sophisticated layouts. Ext.NET provides a comprehensive set of layout options which we will look at in this chapter, focusing in particular on the following:

  • The Viewport, which helps to make the whole page feel like an application
  • Common layouts such as Border, Accordion, Fit, HBox, VBox, and many more
  • Different ways to create layouts (with markup, code, and a mix, as well as using explicit layout components or flexible but terser Panel properties)

Viewport

A Viewport isn't a layout strictly speaking. It is a special type of container to represent the entire viewable area (the viewport) of the web browser window.

On a web page, the Viewport sits at the top-most level, rendering ...

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