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lazy list and "go to" an item
Michael Redwine last edited by
Is it possible to “scroll” to an item that has been removed from the DOM due to the lazy system? Or, more specifically, in my case, I might add an item to the data set that feeds the lazy list, but due to what part of the list I am viewing, the added item may not appear in the DOM after a lazy.refresh. I would like to progmatically “scroll” to a specific item that I just added, even if that item isn’t in the DOM. The reason: when an item is added, I want to view the list so that I can see and flash the list item that was just added to the data. It would be neat if there was a method such as .goto(index). From what I can tell, there is not.
The functionality of
ons-lazy-repeatis relatively basic, allowing for the scrolling of simple lists. For this kind of dynamic functionality, I would recommend using
ons-listinstead. Unless you have hundreds or thousands of items, I don’t think you are likely to notice a huge performance difference.