Known Direct Subclasses
An Interaction represents transient UI state for a component, typically separate from the
actual 'business' state that a component may control. For example, a button typically fires an
onClick callback when the button is pressed and released, but it will still want to show
that it is being pressed before this callback is fired. This transient state is represented by
an Interaction, in this case Pressed. Using Interactions allows you to build
components that respond to these transient, component-owned state changes.
The current interactions present on a given component are typically represented with an InteractionState. See InteractionState for more information on consuming Interactions, and associated sample usage.
An interaction corresponding to a dragged state on a component.
An interaction corresponding to a focused state on a component.
An interaction corresponding to a pressed state on a component.