Jul 7, 2017
Oct 1, 2019
- Two Way Scroll: VScroll renders just enough amount of data to fill the viewport, by implementing a two-way infinite scroll.
- Multiple Instances: You can create multiple instances of VScroll that point to different data.
- Responsive: Just like fonts.google.com.
- Ultra Fast: It doesn’t decrease the web page performance, even if the list is over 100,000 items, in fact it has many performance benefits over the default browser scroll.
- Grid: It’s not limited to a list. It supports lists, ULs, Tables, divs that could contain anything. It also supports multi-column, just like fonts.google.com.
- Supports Millions of Rows: Allows you to display millions of rows and grids without hurting user experience. The same technology that it’s used by big companies like Facebook and Twitter to display their timelines.
- Buffer: You can buffer/prerender the next and the previous elements in the DOM.
- Dynamic: It could contain dynamic growing array of data. It has a useful API where you can update, refresh, fast refresh or destroy your virtual scroll.