The container applications are used mostly when the developer needs to display more than one application at a time, on a single screen. This type of application optimizes time of development and adds immeasurable value to the end-user’s  experience by working basically with columns, so all you have to do is add a column  and set them up to display the application.

It is very simple to add columns in Container Applications.

1. Go to the “Settings” , located on the left-side menu.

2. On the following screen you will be able to see how many columns are already set.

3. To add a new column, simply click on the “ Add Column” button and the new  column will automatically be displayed along the others, also note that the width calculation of the new column is made automatically, and It can be
changed anytime.

That one was easy, right? Check the next posts to keep updated and to gather more tips and hints about Scriptcase’s use. Download the TRIAL version now and start testing it, you’ll be amazed to see the infinity of new features that this tool offers you.

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