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The best jQuery plugin for app look-alike on- and off-canvas menus with sliding submenus for your website and webapp. It is very customizable through a wide range of options, extensions and add-ons and it will always fit your needs.Need help? Have a look at the documentation for demos, tutorials, documentation and support. Working on a WordPress site? Check out the mmenu WordPress plugin.
The library provides an iOS-like over-scrolling effect applicable over almost all Android native scrollable views. It is also built to allow for very easy adaptation to support custom views. The core effect classes are loose-decorators of Android views, and are thus decoupled from the actual view classes' implementations. That allows developers to apply the effect over views while keeping them as untampered 'black-boxes'. Namely, it allows for keeping important optimizations such as view-recycling intact.
If this project has helped you out, please support us with a star 🌟. This is a high performance listview for React Native and Web with support for complex layouts. JS only with no native dependencies, inspired by both RecyclerView on Android and UICollectionView on iOS.
SGListView is a memory minded implementation of the React Native's ListView. I'm currently looking for maintainers to help maintain and improve this package for the React-Native community. For more information please see GitHub Issue #48.
You can find the PlaceHolderView documentation here which has extended usage instructions and other useful information. Some of the views in PlaceHolderView library is build on top of RecyclerView and rest are written in its own.
A simple react-native implementation of step indicator widget compatible with the ViewPager and ListView. If you'd like to see something added or changed to this module please open a new GitHub issue. Pull requests are always welcome.
This module supports both of iOS and Android platforms. Know Issue (v3.3.0): On Android, if you are using CustomRefreshView, and the total hight of your first load data is less than your device height, then the RefreshView may still sticky on the top. However, if the data you loaded is beyond your screen, everything's fine. This issue only happen on Android, any PR is welcome.