Structuring a text box to represent key-value pairs


I have a text box in my component in which I need to represent some key-value pairs. I need all the keys to be present on the left. And all the values to be present on the right. Please refer to the following image for reference:


How to structure the text box to bind an array of key-value pairs to display it in this format? Could you please provide an example?

Use a “Table” Panel.
If your node data object has an Array of property-value descriptors, then you will want to bind Panel.itemArray to that Array property name. And you will want your Panel.itemTemplate to be a “TableRow” Panel consisting of two TextBlocks. Something like:

$(go.Panel, "Table",
  new go.Binding("itemArray", "properties"),
    stretch: go.GraphObject.Horizontal,
      $(go.Panel, "TableRow",
        $(go.TextBlock, { column: 0, alignment: go.Spot.Left },
          new go.Binding("text", "name")),
        $(go.TextBlock, { column: 1, alignment: go.Spot.Right },
          new go.Binding("text", "value"))

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