A widget consisting of a set of choices related to a certain task.
A textbox widget that supports autocompletion.
The widget used to indicate the loading process.
A widget used to indicate whether or not an element is loading.
A widget that allows a user to select predefined values from a lookup window.
An interactive map widget.
A widget used to display a view and to switch between several views.
A widget that contains items used to navigate through application views.
A textbox widget that enables a user to enter numeric values.
A widget displaying the required content in an overlay window.
A widget displaying the required content in a long horizontal canvas that extends beyond the frames of the screen.
A widget that is similar to a traditional tab control, but optimized for the phone with simplified end-user interaction.
A widget that displays the required content in a popup window.
A widget that displays required content in a popup window.
A widget that enables a user to select one item within a list of items represented by radio buttons.
A widget that enables a user to select a range of numeric values.
A widget used to display scrollable content.
A widget that allows you to select an item in a dropdown list.
The dxSlideOut widget allows you to slide-out the current view to reveal an item list.
A widget that allows a user to select a numeric value within a given range.
A tab strip used to switch between pages.
A widget used to display and edit multi-line text.
A single-line text box widget.
A widget displaying several blocks of data as tiles.
The toast message widget.
This section describes components that can be used when defining a widget markup.
The events used to handle user interaction with UI elements.
This section describes the DevExtreme CSS classes you can use to define the appearance of an element.