A bucket list can contain more than one rank_list and allows drag-and-drop of items between the different lists.

bucket_list(
  header = NULL,
  ...,
  group_name,
  group_put_max = rep(Inf, length(labels)),
  options = sortable_options(),
  class = "default-sortable",
  orientation = c("horizontal", "vertical")
)

Arguments

header

Text that appears at the top of the bucket list. (This is encoded as an HTML <p> tag, so not strictly speaking a header.)

...

One or more specifications for a rank list, and must be defined by add_rank_list.

group_name

Passed to SortableJS as the group name. Also the input value set in Shiny. (input[[group_name]])

group_put_max

Not yet implemented

options

Options to be supplied to sortable_js object. See sortable_options for more details

class

A css class applied to the bucket list and rank lists. This can be used to define custom styling.

orientation

Either horizontal or vertical, and specifies the layout of the components on the page.

Value

A list with class bucket_list

See also

rank_list

Examples

## -- example-bucket-list --------------------------------------------- ## bucket list bucket_list( header = "This is a bucket list. You can drag items between the lists.", add_rank_list( text = "Drag from here", labels = c("a", "bb", "ccc") ), add_rank_list( text = "to here", labels = NULL ) ) ## bucket list with three columns bucket_list( header = c("Sort these items into Letters and Numbers"), add_rank_list( text = "Drag from here", labels = sample(c(1:3, letters[1:2])) ), add_rank_list( text = "Letters" ), add_rank_list( text = "Numbers" ) ) ## Example of a shiny app if (interactive()) { app <- system.file("shiny-examples/bucket_list/app.R", package = "sortable") shiny::runApp(app) }