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SPUserResizableView is a user-resizable, user-repositionable UIView subclass. It is modeled after the resizable image view from the Pages iOS app. Any UIView can be provided as the content view for the SPUserResizableView. As the view is respositioned and resized, setFrame: will be called on the content view accordingly.
This is an annotation view that sports a callout bubble with multiple, independently selectable rows of data. The objective is to allow each cell/row to utilize an accessory disclosure button, without resorting to a more involved UITableViewController scenario. (See the included demo for a functional representation of this project.) Presuming you've already set up your project to use the MapKit Framework, you first need to add the appropriate classes in the "MultiRowCalloutAnnotationView" directory. Next, ensure your annotation class (if you have a preexisting one) answers to the "title" selector, and that it also returns an array of MultiRowCalloutCells upon request. The callout cell class takes a title, subtitle, and an image. You can also supply an NSDictionary for custom data that is passed along on accessory button touches. The MultiRowCalloutAnnotationView gathers the necessary information and conveniently uses blocks to handle the button touch events.
An iOS Grid-View allowing the user to sort the views in the scrollView and also to see the views in fullsize by pinching them. This view is inspired by the UITableView and uses a datasource and delegates in order to get the data and interact with it. The cells are reusable and are not loaded until required (only the ones visible on the scrollview are loaded). It is important to use the dequeue method to reuse the cell. The best sorting style (swap or push) depends on personal taste and the frame of the grid; you can choose the one thats suits you best. Same applies to the layout strategy (vertical or horizontal). Many working examples provided in the demo app! All the files in the API folder are required. You only need to deal with 2 header files though (the grid and the cell).
PSPushPopPressView is a custom view that provides direct manipulation for your content - like the images and videos in Our Choice by Push Pop Press. All credit for coming up with the interaction and use of such an interaction goes to Push Pop Press. This view tries to imitate the interaction they have perfected in Our Choice. You should follow http://twitter.com/steipete for more controls/updates.
This is deprecated in favor of the newer SKStatefulTableViewController: https://github.com/shiki/SKStatefulTableViewController STableViewController is a custom table view controller that supports pull-to-refresh and load-more. It was designed to have views and behaviors that can be easily customized.