A base control object that cannot be directly used in your configuration. This is the base control that all other controls inherit from.
The name of the control. By specifying a name, you can access the control through the Controls/ controls keyword in Event Handlers and Functions. You do not need to specify a name for a control if you don’t need to reference it in code.
The css class(es) to apply to the control. This property can be changed dynamically through the AddCss(…), RemoveCss(…) and ToggleCss(…) APIs of the control.
The margin of the control. Uses standard css luesyntax.
The min width of the control. Uses standard css syntax.
Specifies the horizontal alignment of the control within the grid. Allowed values are left, start, right, end, center, stretch.
Specifies the vertical alignment of the control within the grid. Allowed values are start, top, end, bottom, center, stretch.
Specfies the grid row that the control is positioned in.
Example<Input Row ="1" …/>
Specifies the number of grid rows the control spans.
Example<Input RowSpan ="2" …/>
Specifies the grid column that the control is positioned in.
Example<Input Column ="1" …/>
Specifies the number of grid columns the control spans.
Example<Input ColumnSpan ="3" …/>
Hotkeys in Form Schema
Yo can assign a hotkey to almost every control in the Form Schema, to do that use the Hotkey property.