Use the can-swipe attribute with ion-option-button to make Ionic Framework list items have swipe-able UI features. This video will demonstrate how to add swipe-able list items to an ion-list in Ionic Framework. View a written version of this tutorial on my web blog: https://www.thepolyglotdeveloper.com/2014/12/make-list-items-swipeable-ionic-framework/ Follow my blog or subscribe to my YouTube channel for other great programming tutorials.
Nenad Jakovljevic: Thanks! You saved me today!! Keep hacking!
Johan Hernández: Is this still useful for ionic2?
Dasari Prashanth: Excellent !! so precisely explained
Eyal Elarar: works! how do I see the code you write with the ng-click, in video it's not too clear
by the way, the framework works under Windows as well.
Ryan Pham: Nic, Great tutorial! One question, how do you actually delete it?
Zach Donohue: Once you have clicked an button with an ng-click like "Delete" how do you get close the slide so the next item in the list isnt already open?
Luis Troya: Nice tutorial, but the fonts is too small to apreciate well.
Toke Refstrup: nice. I'm guessing the reason for the unexpected order of the buttons is because all your ion-option-button tags are missing their '>'
Pablo Mella Orellana: excelent ! thanks for share