Creates an htmlwidget that provides SortableJS to use for drag-and-drop interactivity in Shiny apps and R Markdown.

sortable_js(
  css_id,
  options = sortable_options(),
  width = 0,
  height = 0,
  elementId = NULL,
  preRenderHook = NULL
)

Arguments

css_id

String css_id id on which to apply SortableJS. Note, sortable_js works with any html element, not just ul/li.

options

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

width

Fixed width for widget (in css units). The default is NULL, which results in intelligent automatic sizing based on the widget's container.

height

Fixed height for widget (in css units). The default is NULL, which results in intelligent automatic sizing based on the widget's container.

elementId

Use an explicit element ID for the widget (rather than an automatically generated one). Useful if you have other JavaScript that needs to explicitly discover and interact with a specific widget instance.

preRenderHook

A function to be run on the widget, just prior to rendering. It accepts the entire widget object as input, and should return a modified widget object.

See also

sortable_options()

Examples

## -- example-sortable-js ------------------------------------------------- # Simple example of sortable_js. # Important: set the tags CSS `id` equal to the sortable_js `css_id` if (require(htmltools)) { html_print( tagList( tags$p("You can drag and reorder the items in this list:"), tags$ul( id = "example_1", tags$li("Move"), tags$li("Or drag"), tags$li("Each of the items"), tags$li("To different positions") ), sortable_js(css_id = "example_1") ) ) }
#> Loading required package: htmltools