A scrollable view that provides integration with the pointer-locking responder system.

ScrollView must have a bounded height: either set the height of the view directly (discouraged) or make sure all parent views have bounded height (e.g., apply { flex: 1} down the view stack).

import { ScrollView } from 'react-native';

<ScrollView {...props}>{children}</ScrollView>;


Props #

...ViewProps ?ViewProps

All the props supported by View.

contentContainerStyle ?Style

These styles will be applied to the scroll view content container which wraps all of the child views.

disableScrollViewPanResponder ?boolean = false

When true, the default PanResponder on the ScrollView is disabled, and full control over pointers inside the ScrollView is left to its child components. This is meant to be used when native “snap-to” scrolling behavior is needed.

horizontal ?boolean = false

When true, the scroll view’s children are arranged horizontally in a row instead of vertically in a column.

keyboardDismissMode ?("none" | "on-drag")

Determines whether the keyboard gets dismissed in response to a scroll drag.

onContentSizeChange ?(width: number, height: number) => void

Called when scrollable content view of the ScrollView changes.

onScroll ?(e: ScrollEvent) => void

Called during scrolling. The frequency of the events can be controlled using the scrollEventThrottle prop.

pagingEnabled ?boolean = false

When true, the scroll view snaps to individual items in the list when scrolling.

scrollEnabled ?boolean = true

When false, the content does not scroll.

scrollEventThrottle ?number = 0

This controls how often the scroll event will be fired while scrolling (as a time interval in ms). A lower number yields better accuracy for code that is tracking the scroll position, but can lead to scroll performance problems. The default value is 0, which means the scroll event will be sent only once each time the view is scrolled.

stickyHeaderIndices ?Array<number>

An array of child indices determining which children get docked to the top of the screen when scrolling. For example, passing stickyHeaderIndices={0} will cause the first child to be fixed to the top of the scroll view. This property is not supported in conjunction with the horizontal prop.

ScrollEvent #

The nativeEvent on the event passed to onScroll is a custom object of information related to the layout of the ScrollView.

contentOffset { x: number, y: number}

How far the scroll view is scrolled along each axis.

contentSize { height: number, width: number}

The size of the scrollable content area.

layoutMeasurement { height: number, width: number}

The border-box height and width of the scroll view.

Instant methods #

getInnerViewNode () => void

Returns a reference to the underlying content container DOM node within the ScrollView.

getScrollableNode () => void

Returns a reference to the underlying scrollable DOM node.

getScrollResponder () => void

Returns a reference to the underlying scroll responder, which supports operations like scrollTo(). All ScrollView-like components should implement this method so that they can be composed while providing access to the underlying scroll responder’s methods.

scrollTo (options?: { x: number, y: number, animated: boolean }) => void

Scrolls to a given x, y offset (animation depends on browser support for scroll-behavior).

scrollToEnd (options?: { animated: boolean }) => void

Scrolls to the end of the scroll view.

Examples #

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