Learn how the [[Item.index]] property works. Discover that the index property only applies to visible items and that the index is not the same as the row number in the repeater dataset.
- [Instructor] When we're working with repeaters,…we'll have some item properties at the top of our list…that come from the columns in our data set,…but then we'll also have some standard item properties…that Axure gives us.…One of these properties is the item index.…Item.index is a property that gives us back an index number…for any of the repeater items that are currently visible.…That's after sorting, filtering,…and pagination has already been applied.…Whichever item is showing up first on our page…will always have an index of one,…and then it counts up from there.…Because index takes into account…the filters, pagination, and sorting,…the index property is not going to be the same…as the row number in the data set.…
An item might start out at the top of our list,…but then if it get sorted down to the bottom,…the index number of that item will actually change,…and if our repeater has multiple pages,…let's say there are eight items on each page,…even if we're on page two or three of our repeater,…the index of the first item that's showing…
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