jContainer control is analogous to the .Net Framework's Panel control but has a much more rich appearance and a few additional features.
Its primary purpose is to serve as a hosting container for jControls when placed on a generic
Adding jControls directly to the default Windows
Form will not expose the
Form through the jControls' transparent pixels. To overcome that limitation, jControls can be placed in a jContainer, and will appear correctly.
See Hosting jControls for more information.
Like the .Net Framework's Panel control,
jContainer can also be used to group controls.
Border properties are used to color the interior of the control and the perimeter of the control, respectively. For more information, please see Fills, Strokes, and Borders.
jContainer employs the same text features used by many of the other controls in the jControls CF35 library including
TextWrap. See Text Features for more information.