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Modifier in Compose Foundation

focusable

Common

Configure component to be focusable via focus system or accessibility "focus" event.

Add this modifier to the element to make it focusable within its bounds.

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Installation

dependencies {
   implementation("androidx.compose.foundation:foundation:1.7.0-beta04")
}

Overloads

@Stable
fun Modifier.focusable(
    enabled: Boolean = true,
    interactionSource: MutableInteractionSource? = null,
)

Parameters

namedescription
enabledControls the enabled state. When false, element won't participate in the focus
interactionSource[MutableInteractionSource] that will be used to emit [FocusInteraction.Focus] when this element is being focused.

Code Example

FocusableSample

@Composable
@Sampled
fun FocusableSample() {
    // initialize focus reference to be able to request focus programmatically
    val focusRequester = remember { FocusRequester() }
    // MutableInteractionSource to track changes of the component's interactions (like "focused")
    val interactionSource = remember { MutableInteractionSource() }

    // text below will change when we focus it via button click
    val isFocused = interactionSource.collectIsFocusedAsState().value
    val text = if (isFocused) {
        "Focused! tap anywhere to free the focus"
    } else {
        "Bring focus to me by tapping the button below!"
    }
    Column {
        // this Text will change it's text parameter depending on the presence of a focus
        Text(
            text = text,
            modifier = Modifier
                // add focusRequester modifier before the focusable (or even in the parent)
                .focusRequester(focusRequester)
                .focusable(interactionSource = interactionSource)
        )
        Button(onClick = { focusRequester.requestFocus() }) {
            Text("Bring focus to the text above")
        }
    }
}