This is an overview of the most common usage of Page. For more information about the available properties, methods, or events, head over to the complete API documentation for Page.
<Page> is a UI component that represents an application screen. NativeScript apps typically consist of one or more
<Page> that wrap content such as an
<ActionBar> and other UI widgets.
<Page> <ActionBar title="My App" /> <GridLayout> <Label text="My Content"/> </GridLayout> </Page>
|Shows or hides the |
|Gets or sets whether the background of the page spans under the status bar.|
|(Android-only) Gets or sets the color of the status bar on Android devices.|
|(iOS-only) Gets or sets whether the page can be swiped back on iOS.|
|Gets or sets the style of the status bar.|
|Emitted after the app has navigated away from the current page.|
|Emitted after the app has navigated to the current page.|
|Emitted before the app has navigated away from the current page.|
|Emitted before the app has navigated to the current page.|