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Layout

The StackLayout component provides options for controlling its appearance.

To customize the layout of the StackLayout, use any of the following configuration options:

Orientation

To set the StackLayout orientation, use the orientation property.

By default, orientation is set to horizontal.

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Gaps

To set the StackLayout gaps, use the gap property.

By default, the StackLayout does not apply a gap.

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Horizontal alignment

To set the StackLayout horizontal alignment, use the align property. The horizontal key controls the alignment of the inner elements based on the X axis.

The available values are:

  • start—Uses the start point of the container.
  • center—Uses the central point of the container.
  • end—Uses the end point of the container.
  • (Default)stretch—Stretches the items to fill the width of the container.
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Vertical alignment

To set the StackLayout vertical alignment, use the align property. The vertical key controls the alignment of the inner elements based on the Y axis.

The available values are:

  • top—Uses the top point of the container.
  • middle—Uses the middle point of the container.
  • bottom—Uses the bottom point of the container.
  • (Default)stretch—Stretches the items to fill the height of the container.
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Nested StackLayouts

The component enables you to create a more complex layout that includes both horizontal and vertical items by nesting StackLayout components inside one another.

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