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A multi-tabs control first designed to look and behave like the tab control in Apple's Numbers spreadsheet, with enhanced capabilities, but now with new tab styles, such as Chrome & Safari, as well as custom ones. KPCTabsControl provides the following features: Custom styles and themes! Default (Numbers.app-like), Chrome and Safari are provided. But you can easily write your own! Styles & themes comprise title styles, title editor style, (un)selected/unselectable backgrounds, borders, colors, fonts etc. Common dataSource/delegate Cocoa APIs Tabs can span the whole view width, or be flexible inside min&max. Tabs can be reordered, and renamed in place. When provided, the title can be replaced by an alternative icon when the width is too narrow for the title to be drawn.
EAColourfulProgressView is a custom progress view where the current filling colour is generated between two colours, based on the current value. It takes advantage of `IBDesignable` and `IBInspectable` so that you can completely customize it without leaving the Interface Builder.
This version of the scrollable navigation bar feature is an evolution on Valentin Shergin's SherginScrollableNavigationBar. There are a few open source components (1, 2, 3, 4) for iOS but all of them suffer of different issues (included the original SherginScrollableNavigationBar) and work only with translucent or opaque navigation bars. This version aims to support both translucent and opaque navigation bars.
A shrinking (shy) navigation bar that automatically adjusts as a user scrolls, with customizable full and "shy" heights.The goal is to be as robust as possible, smoothly handling the trickier edge cases. SQTShyNavigation bar also allows you to customize the transition as the navigation bar shrinks, defaulting to fading out the title and buttons.