The Telerik ListView for Windows Store Apps supports Header and Footer - special containers above and below the ListView which you can use to display any type of content thus giving additional information to the end-user.
The ListView offers two built-in layout types:
The ListView provides an easy way to reorder items through a simple drag and drop action. Visual feedback is available while reordering. Furthermore the control supports the popular “swipe to delete” pattern. The developer can customize the action that follow the item swipe gesture.
Sometimes it is necessary to reorganize your application data so you can easily find the information you're looking for. Sorting allows you to change or customize the order of your data whereas filtering helps you improve the performance of your app.
The ListView allows developers to group their app data by as many criteria as necessary. In addition, the ListView control provides an easy way to visualize and customize the group headers.
The data source of your application is what delivers content to your application’s interface. The ListView makes it easy for developers to perform sorting, filtering and grouping operations.
The ListView control supports all major functionality inherent for a ListView - UI virtualization, pull to refresh, load on demand, item selection, filtering, grouping, sorting, header, footer, layout strategies, per item gestures, item reordering and animations - all in one control.
The ListView supports both single and multiple selection.
With the pull-to-refresh functionality implemented in your app users can refresh the data list with a simple swipe gesture.
The ListView provides two ways of loading additional data - manual and automatic. When in manual mode, the ListView displays a special customizable item which resides at the end of the scrollable list. Upon tapping this item an event is fired which can be used to feed more data to the list. When in automatic mode, the ListView fires an event when the user reaches the end of the scrollable list.
The control supports custom UI Virtualization - a technique that ensures that the ListView creates only the containers which are visible in the viewable area. This reduces the memory footprint, speeds up the loading time of the application and enhances its UI responsiveness.
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