Grid View is a scrollable native iOS Design Element that displays a data collection using re-usable Grid View Cells arranged in multiple rows and columns. In addition, you can define the scroll direction.
You will need to assign a cell to a Grid View using either Datasource or Screen Properties bind.
Tip:If you want to have only one column with full-width rows, it is recommended to use a List View.
This property determines if the Grid View will scroll horizontally or vertically.
This property determines whether the user can select a row.
The minimum spacing to use between cells in the same row.
The minimum spacing to use between the rows.
Determines whether scrolling is enabled.
Determines whether paging is enabled.
This property controls whether the scroll-to-top gesture is enabled. The user can tap on the status bar to scroll to the top of the Grid View.
This property controls whether the grid view bounces past the edge of content and back again.
This proper determines whether bouncing always occurs when vertical scrolling reaches the end of the content.
This proper determines whether bouncing always occurs when horizontal scrolling reaches the end of the content view.
The style of the scroll indicators.
This property controls whether the horizontal scroll indicator is visible.
This property controls whether the vertical scroll indicator is visible.
Alpha is a number that alters the transparency of the grid view. It ranges between 0.0 and 1.0, where 0.0 makes the grid view totally transparent and 1.0 totally opaque.
Grid view’s background color.
If enabled, it hides the grid view and all of the design elements inside of it.
You can use this text to identify the Grid View in the Code Blocks Editor and in the List of the Screen’s elements. It is not visible to the users.