Display system notifications, such as dialog boxes, prompts, and toasts, and create custom menus.
In addition to Cascades controls and elements, there are a few system classes that you can use to provide additional information to your users. You can display dialog boxes with a list of choices, prompts that ask for information, and toasts that simply alert users that an event occurred. You can also create custom menus that have the same item selection behavior as built-in menus, but with an appearance that you define yourself.
To learn more about dialogs and other types of notifications, visit the Dialog boxes, prompts, and toasts documentation.
- ListSelectionIndicator -
Controls the highlighting of selected list items.
- ListSelectionMode -
Specifies whether one item or multiple items may be chosen in the list.
- MeasurementSystem -
Indicates the system of measurement for the current locale.
- Menu -
A menu of invokable items.
- MenuItem -
A menu entry that can be invoked directly or may contain additional sub-menu entries.
- MenuItemType -
Specifies the different types of menu items.
- MenuManager -
An interface for populating a menu of invokable items.
- MenuManagerError -
The list of errors that can occur when populating a menu of invokable items.
- SystemCredentialsPrompt -
A dialog box that asks the user for login credentials.
- SystemDialog -
A dialog box that presents the user with text and buttons in its content area.
- SystemListDialog -
A dialog box that presents the user with a list of choices.
- SystemProgressDialog -
A dialog box that presents the user with a list of buttons and the progress of a task.
- SystemProgressToast -
A message displayed to the user that presents the progress of a task and does not usually require user interaction to be dismissed.
- SystemPrompt -
A dialog box that displays an input field, a check box, and buttons in its content area.
- SystemToast -
A message displayed to the user that does not usually require user interaction to be dismissed.
- SystemUiButton -
The invokable buttons that are available for dialogs and toasts.
- SystemUiError -
The errors that can be returned by the system dialog service.
- SystemUiInputField -
An input field that can be used with dialog boxes.
- SystemUiInputMode -
The possible types of content for a system input field.
- SystemUiInputOption -
A set of options for controlling text input in a SystemUiInputField.
- SystemUiModality -
The possible modality values for a UI request.
- SystemUiPosition -
The possible positions of system UI components on the device screen.
- SystemUiProgressState -
The possible states the progress of a task can have when shown to the user.
- SystemUiResult -
The possible results of a UI request.
- SystemUiReturnKeyAction -
The possible types of actions to associate with the Return key.