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C H A P T E R 3
Views
About Views
3-5
application base view. (Think of the view hierarchy as a tree structure in which
the tree is turned upside down with its root at the top. The top-level parent view is
the root view.)
Figure 3-2 shows the set of views instantiated from the templates shown in
Figure 3-1. Note that this example is simplified in that it shows a separate template
for each view. In practice, multiple views often share a single template. Also, this
example doesn't show templates that are built on other protos.
Figure 3-2
View hierarchy
Arrows indicate a
reference to parent/child
Templates
(permanent, read-only)
Views
(transient, writable)
Arrows indicate a
reference to protos
Parent View
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Child Template C
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Child Template B
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Child Template D
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Parent Template
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viewChildren:[]
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Child Template A
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viewChildren:[]
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Child View B
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_proto:
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Child View A
{_parent:
_proto:
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Child View D
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_proto:
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Child View C
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_proto:
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}
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