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Sunday, July 13, 2014PrintSubscribe
Labels in Form Property of Touch UI

Code On Time apps with Touch UI will by default align the labels of fields to the left side of the screen.

Labels in the form are aligned to the left side of the screen.

The developer can choose to change the default in Touch UI settings of the Project Wizard. The user can choose to align them along the right side using the Settings panel.

Click on the context menu button in the top-right corner of the screen. In the context panel, click on Settings option.

Activating the Settings panel.

In the Settings panel, select “Labels In Form” option from the list.

Activating the "Labels in Form" option of the Settings panel

Notice that “Aligned Left” is the default option. Click on “Aligned Right” to change the alignment.

Changing the form label alignment to the right.

The field labels in the form will now be aligned to the right side.

Labels in form are now aligned to the right side.

Sunday, July 13, 2014PrintSubscribe
Changing the Transition in Touch UI

By default, Touch UI will use “Slide” transition when moving between pages. This transition will slide the new page from the right while the old page will slide out to the left. An example can be seen below.

Slide transition on an iPhone using Code On Time's Touch UI.

The default transition can be changed by the user through the Settings panel.

In the top-right corner of the page, click on the context menu button.

Clicking on the context menu button.

Then, click on the Settings button.

Clicking on the settings button in context panel.

Click on the Transitions butt0n to see a list of available transitions.

Changing the default Transition of the Code On Time web app.

Select a new transition.

Selecting the "Turn" transition.

Close the panel, and click on a record to see your new transition.

Turn transition on an iPhone using Code On Time's Touch UI.

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Changing the Theme in TouchUI

Code On Time apps with TouchUI allow the user to switch between over 35 themes.

Examples of Touch UI themes across various devices.

The user’s selection is saved in the cache of the browser and will be remembered until the browser cache is cleared.

To switch the theme, click on the context menu button in the top-right corner.

Clicking on the context menu in TouchUI.

Then, click on the Settings button at the bottom of the menu.

Activating the Settings menu from the context menu.

Click on the Theme option.

Activating the Theme option from the Settings menu.

A full list of themes is available for the user to choose from.

Viewing the list of available themes in TouchUI.

Click on any of the options to change the theme. The theme will be applied instantly. “Dark” theme was used in the picture below.

The application theme has been changed to "Dark".

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