When I tap a field, the keyboard comes up, and pushes the content up so everything remains in view. This is okay for my use-case and I think I’m having a hard time finding my issue is because everyone wishes the keyboard would not push content up.
My question differs in that I press a button to submit a form, it triggers a state change. Before the change happens though, the keyboard is closing and it pulls my entire view down. It’s kind of tough to catch in a screenshot but you can see there is brown color above space above the nav bar. I very much want to avoid this joltiness when the keyboard closes!
Oh, sorry for the weird image, it’s a picture of my finger I took to test. Hahaha, idk.
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ionic-plugin-keyboard 2.2.1 “Keyboard”
I have seen the solutions that call the native keyboard object and disableScroll. That works for disabling scroll but that’s not really want I want to do. I have some forms at the bottom, and if there is no scroll the keyboard will cover up the inputs.
What’s the best solution here? Should I enable and disable scroll based on on the form? Scroll my own content manually with css animations when I need to (forms have inputs at bottom of screen)?