The word “togle” is an unusual noun. It can be used for a number of different things. It was first used as a fastener in the 18th century and now it is used as a toggle, or switch, that toggles between on and off. It also has a figurative meaning of on and off in computers. Its pronunciation is similar to the verb “trolley,” which means “to turn on.”
In the technology world, toggling is a popular way to switch between two states with just one click. This is useful on web browsers, desktop computers, and mobile devices. In particular, toggling is useful when navigating between different programs. By clicking a button or pressing a simple combination of keys, users can quickly switch between two different applications without losing their place.
A toggle can be hardware or software. For example, a Caps Lock key can be a toggle for a particular function. It can also be a software toggle, which allows users to turn on or off a feature without using the mouse. Toggle switches are common in software, and can be found in settings menus and options.
A toggle button is a button that has a label that displays the current state of a setting, and an on/off/checked indicator. Toggle buttons are similar to CheckBoxes, as they let users toggle between two states. The toggle button class provides 3 XML attributes and common methods for defining the behavior of a toggle button at runtime.