Right now, I use SyncFusion ListView because of several limitations of the RadListView :
- no way to make the ScrollItemIntoView animated. It results with a UI which doesn't look smooth or moden.
- no way to remove the highlight on item tap even if selectionMode is set to none. My users think there is a hidden action made
Am I missing something ? I would like to get rid of SyncFusion and only keep Telerik. But the ListView is by far the control I use the most and I can't really make regression on that part. Because I moved to SyncFusion due to user's feedback that don't like the highlight and that the scroll wasn't smooth and so the app looks like slow / not modern enough.
Do you think those features can be added in the roadmap ?
It would be nice to compete a bit more with the SyncFusion ListView which is very nice to use from a developper point of view. Althought the RadListView is great too. It's just that I'm waiting for improvment since a year.
PS : the documentation is lacking of scrolling / highlight part saying it's not possible or require a custom renderer and then, giving the first steps to create those renderers. I can't be the only one to struggle with this.
Thanks a lot
On UWP and Android the item can be swiped beyond the SwipeOffset property. Add option to restrict the swiped distance to the SwipeOffset value.
When you have some kind of image - CachedImage, FFimage, XF Image, within the ItemTemplate of the RadListView and you want to use the ItemSwipe functionality - the items constantly flicker.
If you set a constant height to the listView item - the issue is not observed:
Instead of just a tap and hold gesture, expose a method in the RadListView, which accepts a list view item, that can programmatically begin reorder mode. Scenario Usage: Touching a "handle" icon button the ListViewTemplateCell would immediately enter reorder mode instead of requiring a hold gesture.
Add an option to set the MinimumItemLength to a LayoutDefinition (both Linear and Grid). This is intended to act like you've set ItemLength, but still allows for expansion if the Cell content is larger.
When reordering items in the ListView sometimes the user might want the item to go to the end of a long list. It is not possible, because the ListView does not scroll while dragging the item.