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Building Mobile Applications Using Kendo UI Mobile and ASP.NET Web API by Ragini Kumbhat Bhandari, Nishanth Nair

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The SplitView widget

On tablet devices, we have a lot of space compared to mobile phones and rarely do we take the entire space for a UI element as with mobile phones. The SplitView widget allows us to divide a tablet's screen up into multiple sections using the pane widgets, and display different views in each P ane. This widget is typically used to display navigation on the left-hand side, and a detail view on the right-hand side. See the following classic example of a split view—iPad Settings screen:

The SplitView widget

A SplitView widget is not added inside a view unlike other Kendo Mobile widgets, and should be added independently just like a view in your local- ...

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