17 Jul 2013 10:37 PM #1
Unanswered: Flip Card as Detail Card of a nestedlist ??
I have read already dozens of threads but could not find a working solution, so I like to ask you for a hint..
I'd like to setup a nestedlist where the detail card is something like a flip card: question on the front side, answer on the back side. I am not necessarily bound to a nestedlist but since I have a two levels and the detail information in my store this seems to me a good approach.
Does anyone know a link to an example or a how to which shows how to configure a flip card animation in a detail card?
OR: since I am not an expert, would you suggest an other approach e.g not to use a nestedlist ..
I am happy about any hint.
Thanks a lot !
23 Jul 2013 11:59 AM #2
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Can I query about the UI. A NestedList can show a list of items and then go to a detail view so for what you are wanting do you want to show a list of questions and then it flips to show the answer? Or are you wanting to show 1 question and flips to show the answer?
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23 Jul 2013 12:35 PM #3
for your response. It is kind of both :-) I want to show a list of "headlines" and in a second level a list of questions. I Terms of a nestedlist I could provide a answer on the leaf detailcard. BUT often the questions are too long for a single line list view of the nestedlist so that I need to recap the complete question on the leaf. At this point I'd like to "turn around / flip" the view and show the answer.
I assume that I'd need to create a detailcardContainer with to panels where one is active in the forground. The filp would only be an animated change to put the active panel to the background.
Unfortunately I did't got this to work. In case my guess is correct it would be great if you could please point me to an example, tutorial or howto...
Thanks a lot
28 Jul 2013 10:15 PM #4
Any one who has an idea?
Thank you very much for any hint!