The body area supports the following types of scrolling and related functionality:

Scroll Bar

Scrolling body content up and down displays the basic scroll bar, which offers visual information such as the total length and location of a list. However, the basic scroll bar will disappear after a certain amount of time, and users can't adjust it by touch.

Scroll bar
Scroll bar

Jump to Top Button

  Apply this button selectively at the top of the scroll bar area to allow users to scroll all the way up or down a list with a single action. The button and scroll bar appears at the same time, and tapping the list scrolls it to the top.

Scroll bar and jump to top button

Screen Handler

  You can apply additional handlers if your application requires faster scrolling. However, you should apply screen handlers sparingly, i.e., only when the scrolling range is relatively long or if there is not enough space for users to tap on the object to scroll up and down.


Fast Scroll

  This feature allows users to scroll rapidly scroll up and down any list that includes an index. Normally, the index is in alphabetical order, but it can also be based on fields, such as local language characters, numbers, and symbols.

Table: Index order hierarchy

Primary language Index order
 Latin (including English)
  1. Local language
  2. Symbols
  3. Numbers
  1. Local language
  2. English
  3. Symbols
  4. Numbers


Interaction with fast scroll
Interaction with fast scroll