A static text that is rendered in the absolutely positioned container..

Generally, the component isn't intended for direct initialization. But if you decide to use it, use mouse events (onMouseOut, onMouseIn, onMouseMove etc.) to show/hide the tooltip box in the specified position. Check Tooltip documentation for more detailed description.


  template:"My #value#",
}).show({id:1, value:"template"}, {x:0, y:0});

Where to start

adjust adjusts the component to the size of the parent HTML container
attachEvent attaches the handler to an inner event of the component (allows behavior customizations)
blockEvent temporarily blocks triggering of ALL events of the calling object
callEvent calls an inner event
customize redefines the 'type' property
define redefines a single configuration property (or a hash of properties)
destructor destructs the calling object
detachEvent detaches a handler from an event (which was attached before by the attachEvent method)
disable disables the calling view (makes it dimmed and unclickable)
enable enables the calling view that was disabled by the 'disable' method
getChildViews returns child views of the calling component
getFormView returns master form for the input
getNode returns the main HTML container for the calling object
getParentView returns the parent view of the component
getTopParentView returns top parent view
hasEvent checks whether the component has the specified event
hide hides the view
isEnabled checks whether the view is enabled
isVisible checks whether the view is visible
mapEvent routes events from one object to another
render renders the specified item or the whole component
resize adjusts the view to a new size
show makes the component visible
unblockEvent cancels blocking events that was enabled by the 'blockEvent' command
onAfterRender occurs immediately after the component has been rendered.
onAfterScroll occurs when some webix view has been scrolled
onBeforeRender occurs immediately before the component has been rendered
onBindRequest fires when the component is ready to receive data from the master component
onBlur fires when focus is moved out of the view
onDestruct occurs when component destroyed
onFocus fires when a view gets focus
onKeyPress occurs when keyboard key is pressed for the control in focus
onLongTouch fires on holding finger in some position for a certain period of time
onSwipeX occurs on a horizontal swipe movement
onSwipeY occurs on a vertical swipe movement
onTimedKeyPress fires after typing has been finished in the field
onTouchEnd occurs when the touch event is ended
onTouchMove occurs during touch movement
onTouchStart when some webix view has been touched
onViewResize view size was changed by resizer
animate defines or disables view change animation.
borderless used to hide the component borders
container an HTML container (or its id) where the component should be initialized
css the name of a css class that will be applied to the view container
disabled indicates whether an item is enabled or not
dx the left offset of the tooltip from the mouse pointer
dy the top offset of the tooltip from the mouse pointer
gravity sets the view gravity (1 by default)
height sets the height of the component
hidden defines whether the view will be hidden initially
id the component ID
maxHeight sets the maximum height for the view
maxWidth sets the maximum width for the view
minHeight sets the minimal height for the view
minWidth sets the minimal width for the view
on allows attaching custom handlers to inner events of the component
template the component template
width sets the width of the component
$getSize returns the current size of the component
$height current height of the view
$scope scope for resolving event and method names
$setSize sets the component size
$skin the method which will be called when skin is defined
$view reference to top html element of the view
$width current width of the view
config all options from initial component configuration
name indicates the name of the component (a read-only property)
type currently used set of helpers for view rendering
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