The QList and QItem are a group of components which can work together to present multiple line items vertically as a single continuous element. They are best suited for displaying similar data types as rows of information, such as a contact list, a playlist or menu. Each row is called an Item. QItem can also be used outside of a QList too.
List Items have the following pre-built child components:
- QItemSection - An item section can have several uses for particular content. They are controlled via the
sideprops. With no props, it will render the main section of your QItem (which spans to the fullest of available space).
- QItemLabel - An item label is useful for predefined text content type within a QItemSection, or for header-like content of the QList itself.
When you have multi-line items, you could use
top property on QItemSection side/avatar to align the sections to top, overriding default middle alignment.
Notice you can handle label overflow with
lines prop, telling it how many lines it can span. However, this feature uses Webkit specific CSS so won’t work in IE/Edge.
More involved examples
For demoing purposes in the example below, we’re using the
active prop instead of QItem’s router props (
exact). UMD doesn’t have Vue Router so you wouldn’t be able to play with it in Codepen/jsFiddle.
For more complex menus, consider also using QExpansionItem.
Connecting to Vue Router
You can use QItems together with Vue Router through
<router-link> properties bound to it. These allow for listening to the current app route and also triggering a route when clicked/tapped.
<q-item to="/inbox" exact> <q-item-section avatar> <q-icon name="inbox" /> </q-item-section> <q-item-section> Inbox </q-item-section> </q-item>
You can also delay, cancel or redirect navigation, as seen below. For a more in-depth description of the
@click event being used below, please refer to QItem API card at the top of the page.