So I can’t find any documentation or articles on this to save my life. I have a ion-range bar that I am using to control audio so you can scroll to certain parts in a song for example. Here it is:
<ion-range min="0" max="100" [(ngModel)]="audioPlayerService?.info.percentageComplete" (ionChange)="controlDrag($event)" color="secondary"></ion-range>
It is hooked into my audio player service and I have an ionChange event. I want to be able to show a specific DIV when this ionChange event is taking place. By default the DIV is hidden.
- How do I detect that the ionChange event is about to end so that I can re-hide the div?
- Or is there a good method to hide and show divs depending on gestures like (press).
Right now I just have a ngIf on the div I need to show and change the value of this to true when the ionChange event is taking place, but I can’t change it back to false because I can’t figure out when the event is going to end.
Thanks. If you need any more clarification let me know.