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Specifies how the UX compiler interprets child nodes of the decorated type.

Possible values are:

  • [UXContentMode("Default")] - Child nodes are interppreted as instances. This is the default.
  • [UXContentMode("Template")] - Child nodes are interpreted as ux:Template
  • [UXContentMode("TemplateIfClass")] - Child nodes are interpreted as ux:Template, if the class is marked with ux:Class in the current scope, instances otherwise.

Template is useful if creating a class for which the content nodes should not be directly instantiated, but instead be provided as Uno.UX.Templates so the class can instantiate them later at its own discretion.

TemplateIfClass is useful if creating a class where you want the content to be templates while defining the class, but if users of the class add additional children, these should be interpreted as actual children.


UnoCore 1.11.1

Interface of UXContentModeAttribute

Inherited from object