Using Context Actions in Xamarin.Forms ListView
One of the news in Xamarin.Forms 1.3 is what Xamarin call context actions. With context actions you can make a ListView much more richer. What you can do is to add a menu to every row in the ListView. On Windows Phone and Android is the menu showing when you're long pressing on a item, on iOS you will swipe left on the item to show the menu. As you can see on the screenshots below the menu looks different on each platform. On Windows Phone the menu will pop up, on iOS it will be be on the row and on Android at the top of the screen.
To use context action add them to the ViewCell in the ItemTemplate as shown in the code below.
MenuItem has four properties that is good to know:
Text: What's shown to the user
Clicked: Adds a event listener to the menu item.
Command: Bind a command to the menu item.
IsDestructive: Will make the menu item red on iOS if it's set to true.