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Its a custom emoji keyboard that directly allow to access emoji images from keyboard to app. After tapping of any of emoji you can paste it on apps like email, messanges by directly paste from menu controller The following code copy data into pasteBoard let pb = UIPasteboard.generalPasteboard() let data = UIImagePNGRepresentation( UIImage(named: self.imgArray.objectAtIndex(indexPath.row) as String)) pb.setData(data, forPasteboardType: kUTTypePNG as NSString) and now you can paste this emoji image any app that support paste image functionality like whatsapp, facebook messager. After running this you must need to add this emoji keyboard from simulator or device. You can add this keyboard from Settings -> General -> Keyboard -> Add New Keyboard -> Jimoni - Emoji keyboard. Before you use in real device you must need to full access to paste image from this keyboard you can give this permission from app settings or simply changing permission to true for Request Open Access from info.plist <dict> <key>IsASCIICapable</key> <false/> <key>PrefersRightToLeft</key> <false/> <key>PrimaryLanguage</key> <string>en-US</string> <key>RequestsOpenAccess</key> <true/> </dict>
A light-weight UITextView subclass that automatically grows and shrinks and can be used in a compose bar similar to the Messages app. RSKGrowingTextView has several advantages: 1) it is entirely written in Swift, but compatible with iOS 7; 2) it is fully supported by Interface Builder (live rendering); 3) it supports both the automatic and manual layout; 4) it fixes Scroll-to-Typing Bug when UITextView still not scrolling to cursor / caret after new line; 5) it has a placeholder; 6) you can use your own animation of the height change.
KCCScrollViewContext provides additional UIScrollView state and expands upon UIScrollViewDelegate messaging while maintaining compatibility with existing UISScrollViewDelegate implementations. • accessors like isScrolling, isAnimating, and current scrolling direction (UIRectEdge) • accessors to contentOffset values during scrolling events (scrollingBeganOffset , expectedScrollingEndOffset, scrollingEndedOffset) • additional delegate callbacks with content offsets for ‘will scroll’ (calculated) and ‘did scroll’ (actual), • additional delegate callbacks for ‘will scroll’ and ‘did scroll’ events with content edge detection (UIRectEdge) and scrollview bounce events. • completion block handlers for UIScrollView’s built in animated methods (setContentOffset:animated: / scrollRectToVisible:animated:) • additional zooming callbacks when the user initiates zooming at and past the minimum or maximum zoom scale. • UIScrollViewDelegate (UITableViewDelegate etc..) methods are forwarded to the original delegate (such as UITableViewController).