Switch PHP Class Overview

The Kendo UI Switch for PHP is a server-side wrapper for the Kendo UI Switch widget.

The Switch displays two exclusive choices.

Getting Started

Configuration

Below are listed the steps for you to follow when configuring the Kendo UI Switch for PHP.

Step 1 Make sure you followed all the steps from the introductory article on Telerik UI for PHP—include the autoloader, JavaScript, and CSS files.

Step 2 Create a Switch.

<?php
  $switchButton = new \Kendo\UI\SwitchButton('switch');
?>

Step 3 Output the Switch by echoing the result of the render method.

<?php
echo $switchButton->render();
?>

Event Handling

You can subscribe to all Switch events.

Specify Function Names

The following example demonstrates how to subscribe for events by specifying a JavaScript function name.

<?php
$switchButton = new \Kendo\UI\SwitchButton('switch');

// The 'switch_change' JavaScript function will handle the 'change' event of the switch
$switch->change('switch_change');

echo $switchButton->render();
?>
<script>
function switch_change() {
    // Handle the change event
}
</script>

Provide Inline Code

The following example demonstrates how to subscribe to events by providing inline JavaScript code.

<?php
$switchButton = new \Kendo\UI\SwitchButton('switch');

// Provide inline JavaScript code that will handle the change event of the Switch.
$switchButton->change('function() { /* Handle the change event */ }');

echo $switchButton->render();
?>

Reference

Client-Side Instances

You are able to reference an existing Switch instance through jQuery.data() method. Once a reference is established, use the Switch API to control its behavior.

<?php
$switch = new \Kendo\UI\Switch('switch');
echo $switch->render();
?>
<script>
$(function() {
    // The constructor parameter is used as the id HTML attribute of the Switch.
    var switch = $("#switch").data("kendoSwitch");
});
</script>

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