I am using a <ul> element to show a list of user names and their records. I set the css overflow as scroll and also the -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch as well.
It works fine on emulators but when I build the app onto either android or ios devices, the list just freezes and would not change.
One of my concern is that when adding the css, the -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch is actually red coloured, which means it is not supported or detected by default.
Any idea out there?
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I am just thinking if I need to use some other UI elements rather than traditoinal <ul> tags. My app needs to realise a three-column scrollable list where all the information comes from Json result from an everlive backend table. Any suggestion?
the easiest means to render three column scrollable list is to use the grid widget. It works as expected in a mobile application.