Hierarchy

Properties

blurRadius: number

Gets/sets the blur radius. The value range is between (0, 25].

Property

Android

Since

4.3.1

rootView: IView<"touch" | "touchCancelled" | "touchEnded" | "touchMoved", { [key: string]: any }, MobileOSProps<ViewIOSProps, ViewAndroidProps>>

Gets/sets the root to start blur from.

Property

Android

Since

4.3.1

overlayColor: IColor

Gets/sets the color overlay to be drawn on top of blurred content.

Property

Android

Since

4.3.1

yogaNode: any
overScrollMode: number

Gets/sets over-scroll mode for this view.

Property

= UI.Android.OverScrollMode.ALWAYS]

Android

Since

3.0.2

useForeground: boolean

Gets/sets foreground of the view for ripple effect. This property should be set before rippleColor. This property only supported for api level 23 and above.

Property

= false]

Android

Member

UI.View

Since

4.0.2

rippleEnabled: boolean

Gets/sets ripple effect enabled for view. You should set UI.View#rippleColor rippleColor to see the effect.

Property

= false]

Android

Member

UI.View

Since

3.2.1

rippleColor: IColor

Gets/sets ripple effect color for view.

Property

Android

Member

UI.View

Since

3.2.1

elevation: number

Gets/Sets the elevation of the view. For the views that has StateListAnimator natively like Button, will lost its own StateListAnimation when elevation value changed. For details : https://developer.android.com/training/material/shadows-clipping.html

Property

Android

Member

UI.View

See

Since

1.1.12

zIndex: number

Gets/sets the depth location of the view relative to its elevation. To put view over button, you have to change zIndex value after Android Lollipop. On android, default elevation value of button is bigger than other view. This property affects after Android Lollipop. No-op before api level 21.

Property

Android

Member

UI.View

Since

2.0.8

updateRippleEffectIfNeeded: (() => void)

Type declaration

    • (): void
    • Returns void

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