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Demonstrates expressing properties of Titanium objects with Alloy proxy elements.

App Folder Location

You can find this example app in the Alloy repository under samples/apps/ui/proxy_properties. Check the instructions how to run these sample projects.

Many Titanium UI objects and properties can be declared in Alloy as mark-up. These mark-up elements are considered proxies for the underlying Titanium APIs. For example, the views/ios/index.xml view, shown below, uses the following proxies. 

Proxies that represent properties of objects are nested inside the parent element. For example, a <Window/> element's leftNavProperty is represented by a <LeftNavButton/> child element. Proxies can nest multiple levels, as shown with the Toolbar element in the XML view below.


The views/table.xml view defines a <TableView/> element and various properties of the TableView such as its footerView and headerView, as well as TableViewSection and TableViewRow elements.


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