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SFAutoComplete as a Custom Class

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128629 Feb 1,2017 08:30 PM UTC Feb 2,2017 01:58 PM UTC Xamarin.iOS 1
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NickA
Asked On February 1, 2017 08:30 PM UTC

Hello,

I have an AutoComplete class that I found on GitHub.  I expose it to Interface Builder in Xcode by adding this to my .cs file: [Register ("CustomTextBox")].  I can then drag a UITextField on my View, and seup my outlet.  It works great.  The AutoComplete class has a base class of UITextField.

It looks like SFAutoComplete is subclassed from UIControl.  I don't want to programmatically add this control, as setting all the constraints in is kind of messy, and it's just nice to use a visual layout.

Is it possible to to layout my UITextField in Interface Builder, then assign it to be an SFAutoComplete?

Thanks...


Pavendhan Kumar [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 2, 2017 01:58 PM UTC

Hi Nick,

Thank you for contacting Syncfusion support. Currently SfAutoComlplete did not support your requirement " Is it possible to to layout my UITextField in Interface Builder, then assign it to be an SFAutoComplete".

Refer our online user guide documentation link for better understanding.

Link: https://help.syncfusion.com/xamarin/sfautocomplete/getting-started

Please let us know us if you have any other queries related to SfAutoComplete.

Regards,
Pavendhan K.

 


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