Weex encapsulates native touch events to provide a gesture system. Using gesture is similar to use event in Weex. Just set
on attributes on a node to listen to gesture.
For now, there are four types of gestures:
- Touch. Touch gesture is fired when a touch point is placed, moved or removed from the touch surface. Touch gesture is accuracy as it will report every trivial event. As a result, listening to touch gesture may be slow, a great deal of events needs to be processed even a small move happened. There are three types of Touch gesture:
touchstartwill be fired when a touch point is placed on the touch surface.
touchmovewill be fired when a touch point is moved along the touch surface.
touchendwill be fired when a touch point is removed from the touch surface.
shouldStopPropagationevery touch event will be fired, you can control touch event whether should be bubbled by return true(should bubble) or false(touch event consumed by this view, will not be bubbled). this can be used to handle touch confliction between views. (since v0.18+)
- Pan. Pan gesture also report motion of touch point on the touch surface, which is similar to touch gesture. But Pan gesture is sampled and faster than the touch event. As consequence, it is less accuracy than touch gesture. There are also three types of Pan gesture, and the meaning of these types is very close to types of Touch.
- Horizontal/Vertical Pan v0.10+ . Mainly used for cell swipe gestures before conflict resolving system is completed. start/move/end state of the gesture will be passed by
stateproperty. Note: These gestures are in conflict with click event on Android currently.
- Swipe. Swipe is fired when user swipe a touch point on the screen. A serial of motion will only trigger one Swipe gesture.
- LongPress. LongPress is fired when a touch point is held for 500 ms or more.
The Touch gesture and Pan is very close to each other, with following features hold:
- Touch. Not sampled, accuracy, but slow.
- Pan. Sampled, fast, less accuracy.
Users may choose their gesture according to their situation.
The following properties can be used in gesture callback:
direction. Only exists for Swipe gesture. Indicate the direcion of the swipe, choose from
changedTouches. An array of motion for every touch pointer that has contribute to the current gesture.
changedTouches is an array, with the following properties in its children:
identifier. A unique identifier for a touch pointer.
pageX. The X coordinate of the touch pointer relative to the left edge of the document.
pageY. The Y coordinate of the touch pointer relative to the top of the document.
screenX. The X coordinate of the touch point relative to the left edge of the screen.
screenY. The Y coordinate of the touch point relative to the top edge of the screen.
Currently, Weex Android do not support listening to gesture on
webview, as it would lead a large amount of event conflicting.