To demonstrate the same, lets have a window having a scrollview containing a larger view.
<ScrollView backgroundColor="green" width="100%" height="50%" top="25%"
<View backgroundColor="red" width="100%" height="800px">
In the above given code snippet a window having a srollview containing a view is defined. The required properties to display those control on screen is defined right there.
The scollview is defined having specific dimension whereas the container view has greater height than its parent element so that it becomes necessary to scroll vertically.
Different background color is used to differentiate each element on the screen for better understanding.
Now the key property defined with scrollview, ‘disableBounce‘ determines if the bounce effect is shown or blocked. Initially or by default it is assigned as false which means, scrollview container will have bounce effect, whereas when the property is assigned true, the bounce effect is blocked.
Summary : So using property ‘disableBounce’ assigned with true value will block or stop the bounce effect in scrollview container.
Note :Tested on IOS devices.