"outline" and "outline-offset" properties of View
The "outline" property defines the border outside the View.A frame line is described by three attributes: line style, thickness, and color.
The "outline" property is similar to the "border" property. The three main differences between an "outline" frame and a "border" frame are:
1) the "border" frame is always located inside the boundaries of the View, and the "outline" frame can be located both inside the View and outside it;
2) all sides of the "outline" frame are the same, while the sides of the "border" frame can have different color, style and thickness.
3) "border" thickness is added to "padding" and "outline" thickness does not affect "padding".
The value of the "border" property is stored as an OutlineProperty interface that implements the Properties interface (see above).OutlineProperty can contain the following properties:
|"style"||Style||int||Border line style|
|"width"||Width||SizeUnit||Border line width|
|"color"||ColorTag||Color||Border line color|
Line style can take the following values:
|4||DoubleLine||"double"||Double solid line|
All other style values are ignored.
The NewOutline function is used to create the OutlineProperty interface.
By default, the inner border of the "outline" border is the same as the border of the View (i.e. the border is drawn around the View).To change this behavior, use the "outline-offset" SizeUnit property (OutlineOffset constant).This property defines the distance between the inner border of the frame and the border of the View.A positive value moves the frame away from the View's boundaries, while a negative value forces the frame to be inside the View(in this case, the frame is drawn on top of the contents of the View).