The ASP.NET MVC ScrollView UI component provides an easy way to present images in a predefined area. Multiple images can be scrolled through either by using the navigation elements or automatically on a set time interval. The ScrollView component also displays a pager and provides an easy way for configuration through Templates.
See ASP.NET MVC ScrollView component in action
The ASP.NET MVC ScrollView component can be bound both to local and remote data. Local binding is appropriate for smaller datasets, while remote binding is more useful in cases of large datasets.
The ScrollView features a default pager, allowing users to see the number of available elements. You can choose to hide the pager by simply setting its property to false.
You can further customize the content within the ScrollView component with the available template options—an HTML, dynamic or a non-item template. Refer to our documentation to learn more.
The ScrollView control makes use of arrow keys to allow users to switch the current image. In addition, users can focus the pager and navigate directly go to a given image by using a combination of the arrow keys and Space/Enter, without having to scroll sequentially multiple times.