All tagged listview slide to delete
Starting with Xamarin.Forms 3.6 there is a new navigation paradigm available for us developers to use called Shell. In this post I want to discuss the benefits of using Shell over the traditional Page push and pop navigation that you may be accustomed to, as well as the initial steps that you need to perform in order to get Shell working on a new blank app.
Keep in mind that at the moment of writing this post, Shell is still in Preview, but is going to be one of the core features that will be fully available for Xamarin Forms 4.
ListView interactions are an important part of the user experience on any application. As often as it is necessary for our applications to list items inside of a list, it is necessary for the user to interact with them.
In my previous post, I built a Notes application that allowed users to create new notes, assign a title and some content, and save these notes inside an SQLite database. Once saved in the database, there was a Page that read all these items and listed them inside a ListView, but there is no real interaction with the list.
In this post I will focus on 3 interactions you can add to your ListViews:
- Pull to refresh (reading from the table)
- Context actions (deleting an element)
- Taps (showing a details page)