The Test DXF tool allows you to enter DXF templates and properties in to a web page, and click a button to render the template. You can then modify the code/properties iteratively to construct the form you want. Once you've got things looking and functioning how you want, then take the DXF and use it in your application.
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Too use the development tool, you must be running Aspire. The tool is accessed using a web browser, by navigating to http://localhost:50505/aspire/admin/ui/files/#/testdxf
This should display the following page:
When you have entered the template and properties you want, click the Render DXF button. This will cause a dialog to be displayed, using your DXF template. If you've entered properties, these will be used to initialise the template, and the form will appear populated.
You can then use the form as you would in an application and all selection/pull down/input elements should function. You can now test that your template looks and functions are you require.
Once you click on the write button, the display window will disappear and the configuration will appear in the Configuration area.