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$customPrint generates custom HTML to print instead of the widget's HTML and invokes printing
$drag the method is called when a drag operation is initiated
$dragHTML defines how a dragged item will look
$dragIn the method is called when an item is moved into a possible drop landing during dnd
$dragMark called during drag-n-drop, when some item of the component should be marked as an active drop target
$dragOut the method is called when an item is moved out of a possible drop landing during dnd
$drop the method is called when an item is dragged and dropped on a valid target
$dropAllow can be redefined, if you need custom drop rules
$dropHTML defines how the drop area will look before drop
$getSize returns the current size of the component
$height the current height of the view
$scope scope for resolving event and method names
$setNode defines HTML element for the component
$setSize sets the component size
$skin the method which will be called when skin is defined
$tooltipIn shows a tooltip
$tooltipMove defines the tooltip while the cursor moves over a view or an HTML area
$tooltipOut defines the behavior of a tooltip when the cursor is out of the target widget or HTML area
$touch adjusts datatable for correct behaviour on touch devices
$view reference to the top HTML element of the view
$width the current width of the view
config all options from the initial component configuration
data inner DataStore
headerContent a hash property containing a collection of active elements which can be placed in the header
name indicates the name of the component (a read-only property)
on_click redefines default click behavior for component items.
on_context a property used to define custom context-click (right click) handlers for elements in widgets
on_dblclick attaches a dblclick behavior for component items with the specified CSS class
on_mouse_move attaches a mouse move behavior for component items with the specified CSS class
waitData eventual result of an asynchronous operation ('promise' object) for the loaded data
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