Use the list view to render listable content with built-in gesture support. Swipe away for delete, slide to reveal action list or drag & drop to reorder. These gestures when done right, can give superpowers to users and enable them to get things done efficiently.See the listview in action
Use the reorder feature to let your users drag & drop list items in the order they desire. Reordering can be set up with a drag handle, activated without a handle on tap or click & hold. You can enable it for the entire list, have it only inside groups or between groups.See the reordering in action
Use the list view to render a variable depth list that can be easily navigated. Use it to segment long lists, to build out navigation for the web or have things grouped logically with progressive disclosure.See the hierarchy in action
Create nicely styled content with the help of the card layout. It ships with pre-defined sections for header, body and footer. It can also be used to house top-level content that has all the details just one click away.See the cards in action
Combine the list view, scrollview and cards for interesting vertically and horizontally scrollable layouts. Use the cards to render the content, the scrollview for horizontal scrolling and the list view to list out the independently movable collection.See the scrollview in action
Shipping with methods to add and remove you can create, update and delete items and animate it. Swipe away to remove can be set up to ask for confirmation and to provide undo functionality to reverse the action.See the delete functionality in action
The list view can be rendered based on existing markup or can be loaded from a remote API. Loading the data can be handled in the various lifecycle event handlers.
With having listeners on scroll, you can easily implement load-on-demand or load data on button clicks. This way you can ship rendered markup quickly and efficiently to your users.
Create custom groups to segment your list. Enable sorting inside groups or between them where it makes sense. When scrolling through long content, the sticky group header indicates where the view is positioned in the list.
Use the collection of form components to create great looking forms. Shipping with a variation of inputs, text areas, checkboxes, radio buttons, switches and more.
Make the components truly feel like a part of your application. Use the available themes and fine-tune it to your needs with the Theme Builder and Sass.
Support RTL without headaches. No need to build special logic to support Right-to-Left languages. Keyboard support, screenreader and WAI-ARIA support is built in.
Fine-tune and optimize package size by including only what you need. Using only the list view? - don’t include cards in your package.
Can be used by multiple developers in multiple projects. For technical support, seats need to be purchased as an add-on to the license.
Licenses come with the first year of maintenance included. The maintenance agreement can be renewed on a yearly basis and includes minor & major versions, bug fixes and technical support.
Pricing per product or the full toolset