Angular Window Component

The Window component for Angular directs a user's attention to a particular activity in your application, such as entering data or viewing information. Consider using a jQWidgets Window when you want greater customization, you want to block the user interface outside the window, or when you want to retrieve a DialogResult and other data from the popup window. jQWidgets Window can be displayed as a modal dialog window that blocks user interaction with the underlying user interface or as a standard window without blocking the web page's user interface.


Refer to Angular Getting Started before you start with this help topic.


I. Imports

The Window component for Angular requires the following imports.

II. @Component Decorator

A class is marked as an Angular component through the @Component decorator:

The full list of @Component decorator properties is available on: Angular @Component Decorator API

Every jQWidgets Angular component has an [auto-create] attribute which determines whether the component is automatically created or is created on demand by API method call.
By default, the [auto-create] attribute value is true.

III. Create the AppComponent class

The AppComponent class is used to instantiate the app. In some of the examples, we use @ViewChild and ngAfterViewInit.

The following example demonstrates the Window component for Angular.



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IV. Create Window component with JSON


The properties which are defined as attributes can be changed directly:

To get or set a property, which we did not define or call a method, we can do the following:

Every component have a method setOptions which accepts a JSON object as an argument. This object contains component settings and you can use it to set a single or multiple properties dynamically.


The open event is triggered when the window is displayed.

The following example demonstrates how to add an event listener.

Note: Event Names of the Window component for Angular are the same as the Event Names of the jqxWindow widget.
The only thing you need to do is to put "on" before the event name and upperCase it's first letter.


To invoke methods, you can use the Window reference.
 ( open() to open the widget )  -

The following example demonstrates how to invoke methods of the Window component for Angular.

Window Examples


The following example demonstrates how to create a Window component for Angular.


The following example demonstrates how to disable the Window component for Angular.

Window API

API Reference of the jQWidgets Window component for Angular: Window API