I create my tab interface at runtime because my users can hide/show/reorder tabs. I do it by instantiating a new iOSTabBar and calling the AddTab method, passing in a particular MobileScreen for each tab. Once I’ve added al the tabs, I assign the iOSTabBar instance to App.CurrentLayout.Content. That all works well.
But now I want to implement split views on iPad. Looking at the class structure, it seems as though I should be able to create a new iOSSplitView, assign a MobileScreen to the Master and Detail properties and then call iOSTabBar.AddTab and pass it the iOSSplitView instead of a MobileScreen. However that does not result in any tabs being created.
Here’s a simplified version of what I’m doing:
// Create a tab bar Var tabBar As New iOSTabBar // Create views Var masterView As MobileScreen = New myMasterView Var detailView As MobileScreen = New myDetailView // Create a split view If iOSSplitView.Available Then // Create a split view Var splitView As New iOSSplitView splitView.Master = masterView splitView.Detail = detailView // *** This doesn't create a tab *** // Add split view to tab bar tabBar.AddTab(splitView) Else // *** This creates a tab *** // Add view to tab bar tabBar.AddTab(masterView) End If // Add tab bar to screen content App.CurrentLayout.Content = tabBar
What am I doing wrong?