Swipe list item¶
When to use¶
This uses an on-demand pattern as alternative to always visible controls in lists. If the user often performs tasks on single items of a list, add a handle on the side the list item (next to the context drawer’s edge, defined by a system-wide configuration) which.
How to use¶
- See on-demand pattern for general recomendations.
- If only one action is available, most the time it’s better to not use the on-demand pattern, but show the action right away.
The item slides only as far as needed, so the user has a visual hint which item is swiped.
On-demand controls are shown when hovering over the item with the cursor. A handle is shown to support devices with touch screens. Swiping the handle right to left reveals the actions. As soon as the user taps anywhere else or the pointer is not any longer hovering the item, the handle is slid back.
On-demand controls are revealed by sliding a handle from right to left to reveal them. As soon as the user taps anywhere else, the handle is slid back.