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This page lists a collection of examples that you can build with UI(User Interface) Allows a user to interact with your application. Unity currently supports three UI systems. More info
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Toolkit:

Layout

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Relative and absolute positioning C# example Use relative and absolute positioning to lay out UI in C#.

List and tree views

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Create a complex list view Use ListView to create a custom Editor window with a list of characters.
Create a list view runtime UI Use ListView to create a simple character selection screen runtime UI.

Scroll view

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Wrap content inside a ScrollView Use styles to wrap content inside a scroll view.

Label

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Create a tabbed menu for runtime Use Label to create tabbed menu.

Pop-up window

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Create a pop-up window Use UnityEditor.PopupWindow to create a pop-up window

Toggle

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Use Toggle to create a conditional UI Use Toggle to create a conditional UI in an Editor window.

Custom control

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Create a custom control with two attributes Create a simple custom control with two attributes and expose the custom control to the UXML and UI Builder.
Create a slide toggle custom control Create a “switch-like” toggle custom control.
Create a radial progress indicator Create a custom control that displays a floating point number between 0 and 100.
Create a bindable custom control Create a custom control that bounds to a property with the double data type.
Create a custom style for a custom control Create a custom control that reads two colors from USS and uses them to generate a texture.

Drag-and-drop

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Create a drag-and-drop UI inside a custom Editor window Create several slots, and one object that can be dragged into any slot.
Create a drag-and-drop UI to drag between Editor windows Create two custom Editor windows that an asset can be dragged from one window to another.

Basic binding examples

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Bind with binding path in C# script Use bindingPath to create a binding that changes the name of a GameObjectThe fundamental object in Unity scenes, which can represent characters, props, scenery, cameras, waypoints, and more. A GameObject’s functionality is defined by the Components attached to it. More info
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in a custom Editor window.
Bind without the binding path Use BindProperty() to create a binding that changes the name of a GameObject in a custom Editor window.
Bind with UXML and C# Create a binding and set the binding path in UXML, and bind with Bind() in C#.
Create a binding with the Inspector Create a binding that binds among a custom InspectorA Unity window that displays information about the currently selected GameObject, asset or project settings, allowing you to inspect and edit the values. More info
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, a custom Editor, and serialized objects.
Bind to nested properties Use the binding-path attribute of a BindableElement in UXML to bind fields to nested properties of a SerializedObject
Bind to a UXML template Create a binding and set binding paths with UXML templates.
Receive callbacks when a bound property changes Creates a custom Editor window with a TextField that binds to the name of a GameObject in a sceneA Scene contains the environments and menus of your game. Think of each unique Scene file as a unique level. In each Scene, you place your environments, obstacles, and decorations, essentially designing and building your game in pieces. More info
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Receive callbacks when any bound properties change Create a custom Inspector with two fields that warns the user if the values of the fields fall outside certain ranges.

Advanced binding examples

Topics Description
Bind to a list with ListView Create a list of toggles and binds the list to an underlying list of objects.
Bind to a list without ListView Create a binding that binds to a list with array instead of ListView.
Bind a custom control Create a custom control and bind it to a native Unity type.
Bind a custom control to custom data type Create a custom control and bind it to a custom data type.
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