On UWP and Android the item can be swiped beyond the SwipeOffset property. Add option to restrict the swiped distance to the SwipeOffset value.
This can be reproduced in the SDK examples ->ListView -> Gestures -> CellSwipeEvents. 1. Change the content of the items so that they have uneven height 2. Scroll down 3. Delete an item by swiping -> Expected result : The items re-arrange correctly -> Actual result : The item is deleted but the ListView is scrolled up when the UI is updated
If you have a more complex HeaderTemplate containing input controls, each button placed after a certain position does not fire its Click event. If a button is placed at the top of the template, it functions properly.
Currently RadListView has only pullTorefresh which updates the list if user scrolling the list downwards.. But it is good to have pullUptorefresh kind of gesture. since mostly we need to populate the list when user scrolling up. a gesture direction setting (pullup or down) would do.