The Splitter provides options for setting the behavior of its panes.
By using these options, you can configure the following pane features:
size property controls the dimensions of the Splitter panes. It accepts units in both pixel and percentage values. To control the minimum and maximum size of a pane, use the
max properties of the SplitterPane component.
To allow the Splitter to fully and evenly distribute the available space between panes of non-declared size, leave the size of one or more panes unspecified. Otherwise, if you declare
size for all panes, the Splitter will throw an error in development mode.
To persist the pane size, use a two-way binding on the
size property and persist its value.
By default, the Splitter enables the user to resize its panes. To disable this behavior, set the
resizable property to
You can enable a Splitter pane to collapse by setting the
collapsible property to
true. As a result, the Splitter renders a button which shows or, respectively, hides the pane. To collapse a pane, you can also double-click the split-bar. To render a pane that is initially collapsed, use the
By default, the content of the Splitter panes is scrollable. To disable the scrolling feature, set the
scrollable property to