Callbacks are responsible for the interactive functionality of an app. A callback is a function that you write to make components (such as buttons, sliders, or menus) respond to user interactions (such as button clicks, slider movements, and menu item selections).
You can assign callback functions to specific components by setting certain properties on those components. For more information, see Write Callbacks in GUIDE and Write Callbacks for Apps Created Programmatically.
|Retrieve application-defined data|
|Store application-defined data|
|True if application-defined data exists|
|Remove application-defined data|
|Store or retrieve UI data|
|Create structure containing all child objects of Figure|
|Manage preferences used in uigetpref|
Learn about writing callbacks to control the behavior of apps you create programmatically.
Learn about writing callbacks to control the behavior of apps you create in GUIDE.
Learn how to program specific functionality for different components.
Learn different ways to manage and share data in your app.
Learn how to initialize property values and set defaults before the UI displays.
Learn how to initialize UI components and set defaults in your GUIDE app.
Learn how to control whether callbacks can be interrupted by other callbacks.
Learn how to organize your app code.
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