Selectable Input Components
So far, you have learned how to use simple buttons and a variety of text input fields. In this chapter, you’ll take a look at using some other input components, ones that can be selected. All of the components in this chapter have two possible states, they are either selected or not. I’ll start by describing toggle buttons, proceed to check boxes, and then to radio buttons. I will also discuss how to group these fields in order to make interesting user presentations.
Simple push buttons are used to initiate an event of some kind. Occasionally, it can be useful for a button to have an associated ...