Sortable provides the ability to user to create many draggable elements within the container. When you create a Sortable, it automatically creates the corresponding Draggable and Droppable for the container.
Options Description tag It specifies the type of the elements within the container that are to be made sortable. Defaults to ‘li’. only The only provides a CSS class name, or array of class names, that a draggable item must posses in order to be accepted by the drop. overlap overlap has false, horizontal and vertical as its values. It controls the point at which a reordering is triggered. Default value is vertical constraint It has false, horizontal and vertical as values. Constrains the movement of dragged sortable elements. Defaults to vertical. containment Enables dragging and dropping between Sortables. Takes an array of elements or element-id. handle handle specifies an element to be used to initiate drag operations. By default, each element is its own handle. hoverclass hoverclass gives a CSS class name which is trigerred on non-dragged sortable elements when a dragged element passes over them. ghosting ghosting enables the user to make a semi-transparent copy of the element which can be moved along with the mouse pointer. Defaults to false. dropOnEmpty dropOnEmpty allows sortable elements to be dropped onto an empty list. Defaults to false. scroll If the sortable container has a scrollbar, this option enables auto-scrolling of the list . scrollSensitivity If scrolling is enabled, it adjusts the point at which scrolling is triggered. Defaults to 20. scrollSpeed If scrolling is enabled, it adjusts the scroll speed. Defaults to 15. tree Tree enables sorting with sub-elements within the sortable element. Defaults to false. treeTag When the tree option is enabled, it pecifies the container element type of the sub-element whose children are sortable
Options Description onChange It is trigerred whenever the sort order changes while dragging. It gets the affected element as its parameter. onUpdate It is trigerred upon the termination of a drag operation which results in a change in element order.