Though the topic covered on this post might still be actual, this content referrers to an older version of zuix.js library. See zuix.js website for up-to-date documentation.
As described in Android Developers documentation, a ViewPager is a
Layout manager that allows the user to flip left and right through pages of data.
zuix.js in the
head section of the page:
Add the ViewPager as described below:
<div data-ui-load="@lib/controllers/view_pager" data-o-paging="true"> <div><!-- Add page 1 content here --></div> <div><!-- Add page 2 content here --></div> <div><!-- Add page 3 content here --></div> <!-- etc.. --> </div>
The example app design was initially inspired to Twitter mobile but it can be used and adapted as a starting base for different kind of projects.
view_pagerto switch between content sections
- side drawer with options menu that can be open by tapping the user avatar
- collapsing header/footer when scrolling up, expanding when scrolling down
- page indicator with section names (it's just another
Fully playable source on Glitch:
I recommend trying this example also full screen with the direct link zuix-app-4.glitch.me.
The app consists of a main
index and the following elements:
// a small component implementing a 'card' // with a picture and random data components/random_item.css components/random_item.html components/random_item.js // a static list used in each ViewPager page and // that holds a bunch of lazy-loaded 'random_item' content/fake_list.css content/fake_list.html // the menu used in the side `drawer_layout' content/user_menu.css content/user_menu.html // the header bar with a title, clickable // user profile avatar and sections names layout/header.css layout/header.html // a footer bar with links to main app screens layout/footer.css layout/footer.html // the main app files index.css index.html index.js
index.html page includes:
drawer_layoutwhich content is loaded from
view_pagerto implement the page indicator (tab layout) with the section names (Feed, Week, Month, etc..)
view_pagerwhich holds the pages of each section that contain the
I hope this make sense =) and that the code is easy to understand even for a beginner. If not, feel free to leave a comment, I'll do my best to improve this.