Join Sani Yusuf for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding list slide options, part of Ionic 3.0 for Mobile App Developers.
- [Instructor] In this video, we are going to implement…the design for how we want each Todo item…to be archived from our list.…You will be using a component called…the Ion ItemSliding Component provided by Ionic…to implement the archiving feature.…But before we proceed, let's have a look…at how we want to use the Ion ItemSliding Component.…Our app will have a list of Todo's.…What we want the archiver to do,…all we need to do is allow the user to swipe in…from the right-hand side, and then you will reveal…the archiving button,…and when the user selects…this archiving button,…a Todo will be archived and sent away from our list.…
Now, let's Go Back to The Code,…and actually implement this.…The first thing we want to do…is to wrap our current Ion items…inside an Ion ItemSliding Component.…Let's test this out with the very first Ion Item only,…that says Todo 1, to make our implementation easy.…The next thing we are going to do,…is to implement the options we want our users to see…when they slide a Todo.…The Ion ItemSliding Component allows you to specify…
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