Complete doc/refernce for ui.ImageView
new here. Really like Pythonista for prototyping and messing with REST Apis. Also love the idea of including iPhone/iPad specific capabilities. Working on images and photos from camera and camera roll. I see that ui.ImageView has many attributes and methods, but I cannot seem to find any doc for it. The online doc shows 2 or 3, and code complete teases me with whats available, but doesn't tell me the parameters and such. Any pointers where to get a complete reference? Thanks much.
Check in app, console, button "?", modules, ui module, ui.image
Thanks. I understand they are not the same image types, and the conversion is straight forward, but problem remains ui.ImageView as a class is not documented. I checked "?" in the console, and it's the same as online at the web site. There are only 3 items in the docs, the constructor, the image "attribute" (property) which is an ui.Image object type, and one method, i.e. load_from_url(url). There are however many other attributes, such as width, height, autosizing, alpha, background_color, etc. a lot might be inherited from iu.View() but there might be more.
@oldCovfefe to see all, try
import ui iv = ui.ImageView() print(dir(iv)) iv.image = ui.Image.named('test:Peppers') print(dir(iv.image))
ui.ImageView is a subclass of ui.View. so it has all of the attributes and methods of ui.View, as well as a few of it's own
Or to make it easy on yourself:
import ui viewSet = set(dir(ui.View)) print(set(dir(ui.ImageView)).difference(viewSet))
It will give you the methods that are unique to the ImageView class and not inherited from View.
It is just
Everything else is from the View and should be documented there.