DragScrollActivity class

The activity a scroll view performs when a the user drags their finger across the screen.

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DragScrollActivity(ScrollActivityDelegate delegate, ScrollDragController controller)
Creates an activity for when the user drags their finger across the screen.


isScrolling → bool
Whether performing this activity constitutes scrolling. [...]
shouldIgnorePointer → bool
Whether the scroll view should ignore pointer events while performing this activity.
velocity → double
If applicable, the velocity at which the scroll offset is currently independently changing (i.e. without external stimuli such as a dragging gestures) in logical pixels per second for this activity.
delegate ScrollActivityDelegate
The delegate that this activity will use to actuate the scroll view.
read-only, inherited
hashCode → int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
runtimeType → Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited


dispatchOverscrollNotification(ScrollMetrics metrics, BuildContext context, double overscroll) → void
Dispatch an OverscrollNotification with the given metrics and overscroll.
dispatchScrollEndNotification(ScrollMetrics metrics, BuildContext context) → void
Dispatch a ScrollEndNotification with the given metrics and overscroll.
dispatchScrollStartNotification(ScrollMetrics metrics, BuildContext context) → void
Dispatch a ScrollStartNotification with the given metrics.
dispatchScrollUpdateNotification(ScrollMetrics metrics, BuildContext context, double scrollDelta) → void
Dispatch a ScrollUpdateNotification with the given metrics and scroll delta.
dispose() → void
Called when the scroll view stops performing this activity.
toString() → String
applyNewDimensions() → void
Called when the scroll view that is performing this activity changes its metrics.
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
resetActivity() → void
Called by the ScrollActivityDelegate when it has changed type (for example, when changing from an Android-style scroll position to an iOS-style scroll position). If this activity can differ between the two modes, then it should tell the position to restart that activity appropriately. [...]
updateDelegate(ScrollActivityDelegate value) → void
Updates the activity's link to the ScrollActivityDelegate. [...]


operator ==(dynamic other) → bool
The equality operator. [...]