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  1. Do we need a TSplitter. Obviously I had a need for one, so for me the answer is yes. I found a JSFiddle here (http://jsfiddle.net/kxr96dzg/1/) which does what I wanted. It is a standard front-end javascript/html/css fiddle where dom-layout, styling and positioning and logic is divided into 3 separate files. I find it always a bit hard to have to look in 3 different places to understand some piece of code, but luckily in Smart this can be centralised. This post is about converting this fiddle in a standard Smart new-alpha component, without making any major changes. Converting Ht
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