Nearly all of us draw details in our Auto CAD drawings, only to find they need updating should our designs change. Maybe I wish it was smooth with a border -- you see it extends the circle all the way around. The point here is that it will continuously update, and its just based on that section view. You are not exactly sure that's the way you want your detailed text to be or you want to make some modifications to the way the details are set up. We love our dialog boxes -- there are lots and lots of options. Here you'll see you can very easily make change to the label, to the boundary or the identifier. As for me, I'll see you back here in two more weeks. In her easy-to-follow, friendly style, long-time Cadalyst contributing editor and Autodesk Technical Evangelist Lynn Allen guides you through a new feature or time-saving trick in every episode of her popular Auto CAD video tips.Did you know that if you work in 3D, your details update automatically? Today I'm going to talk even more about the world of 3D. Maybe I wish there was a connection line -- lot of us work with details with connection lines, right? You can see that there are quite a few options available to you. Alright, I'm going to go back to Smooth with a Connection line, and I also want to change the identifier. I'm going to come in here and I'm going to make a change to the actual area that I thought I wanted the detail to be. And if a change occurs with the model, the section view will be updated and then ultimately my detail view will also be updated. So now you'll see the changes happen as you select them in the dialog box. Easy, easy -- I don't know much easier it could get to add detail to your Auto CAD drawing. Detail View displays the detail of a single data $model.Detail View is best used for displaying a model in a regular format (e.g.Almost of all us do some type of detail work, right? I'll go ahead and just draw it inside where I want. I'll go ahead and just pull it off to the side like that. Maybe I want it a little bit bigger or a little bit smaller. And we end up drawing the detail from scratch if we are working in 2D, and then if someone changes the design (not that a design ever changes, right? And we're going to do a detail of the section view. (We're going to move this just a little bit.) How am I going to do this? The latest version of the extension is release v1.7.6.Refer the CHANGE LOG for details of various releases.
The final part of the tutorial will demonstrate how to paginate your data when using generic class-based list views.An attribute can be specified as a string in the format of The formatter used to format model attribute values into displayable texts.This can be either an instance of yii\i18n\Formatter or an configuration array for creating the yii\i18n\Formatter instance.) The process is similar to the creating the index page, which we showed in the previous tutorial.We'll still need to create URL maps, views and templates.