Telerik UI for Windows 8 HTML

RadCustomHubTile is the most customizable tile in the sense that its front and back sides are completely blank. It is simply two content holders for the front and back sides on top of the core hub tile API. RadCustomHubTile only defines two properties - frontContentTemplate and backContentTemplate, which you can use to provide any content to the tiles, without any predefined behavior or layout.

Using RadCustomHubTile

Usage of RadCustomHubTile is simple - set front content and/or back content template and you're good to go.

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<div id="customHubTile" data-win-control="Telerik.UI.RadCustomHubTile" data-win-options="{
<div id="frontTemplate" style="display: none">
    <h2 style="margin: 40px 0 0 20px;">Weather</h2>
<div id="backTemplate" style="display: none">
    <div style="display: -ms-grid; -ms-grid-columns: 4fr 3fr; -ms-grid-rows: 1fr 4fr 1fr; height: 100%">
        <div style="-ms-grid-column: 1; -ms-grid-row: 2; -ms-grid-column-align: center; -ms-grid-row-align: center;">
            <img src="/images/sun.png" alt="sunny" />
        <div style="-ms-grid-column: 2; -ms-grid-column-align: center; -ms-grid-row: 2; -ms-grid-row-align: center;">
            <h5>1°C - 7°C</h5>
Custom tile

To see all available configuration options, go to RadCustomHubTile


When using RadCustomHubTile in a WinJS.Binding.Template or any other scenario, in which the control is added to the DOM after it is already initialized, you must specify inline width and height for the host element. This is so because RadCustomHubTile needs its parent element to have non-zero size when it is initialized.