When designing an app, an important thing to consider in your app is how to display content.
Content divided into rows and columns is referred to as a grid view.
Content divided into rows is referred to as a list view and can attain a variety of appearances and behaviours.
Thinking of using this one? Look at the “List items” building block.
When a single piece of content is the main focus of the user’s attention, you should consider displaying the content in full screen view using the full screen layout.
To navigate back to the previous view, use the page stack navigation structure.
Scrollbars are hidden until you actually need them, so they appear on touch. The scrollbar is applied automatically whenever there is content out of view.
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