ElasticListView is a drop-in replacement for Flutter's ListView.builder, providing an elastic overscroll effect.


  • Elastic Overscroll Effect: ElasticListView enhances the user experience by providing an elastic overscroll effect.
  • Drag to Scroll: Adds the drag to scroll behavior by default, providing a smooth scrolling experience. This can be disabled by setting the enableDragScrolling property to false.
  • Optimized Performance: Leverages the performance optimizations of the standard ListView.builder, ensuring excellent performance.

Extended Functionality with Full Compatibility

ElasticListView maintains the exact same properties as the standard ListView.builder, ensuring full compatibility and making it a seamless replacement. In addition, it introduces new properties to control the elastic effect, offering enhanced functionality and customization options beyond the standard ListView.builder.

New Properties

Here are the new properties introduced by ElasticListView:

  • curve: The curve to apply when animating the elastic effect. Defaults to Curves.easeOut.
  • animationDuration: The duration of the overscroll bounce animation. Defaults to Duration(milliseconds: 200).
  • enableDragScrolling: Whether to enable drag scrolling. Defaults to true.
  • elasticityFactor: The factor by which the scroll view overscrolls. Defaults to 4.

Each of these properties allows you to customize the behavior of the elastic effect in ElasticListView.


To use ElasticListView, simply replace your existing ListView.builder with ElasticListView. All the properties are the same, ensuring full compatibility.

  itemCount: 10,
  itemBuilder: (context, index) {
    return ListTile(
      title: Text('Item $index'),


Contributions are welcome! If you encounter any issues or have suggestions for improvements, please feel free to create a pull request.