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PlaceHolderTextView is a IBDesignable subclass of UITextView with a placeholder behaving like a UITextfield, which means that if no text is present, the placeholder will be showing. This makes it easier to integrate UITextViews in combination of UITextFields where all the elements should have placeholders. It's written entirely in Swift, and works for iOS 7+
Text entry controls which contain a built-in title/label so that you don't have to add a separate title for each field. FloatLabelFields is the Swift implementation of a UX pattern that has come to be known as the "Float Label Pattern". The initial Objective-C implementation of this pattern can be found on Github as JVFloatLabeledTextField. Due to space constraints on mobile devices, it is common to rely solely on placeholders as a means to label fields. This presents a UX problem, in that, once the user begins to fill out a form, no labels are present. This UI component library, which includes both a UITextField and UITextView subclass, aims to improve the user experience by having placeholders transition into floating labels that hover above the fields after they are populated with text.
CYRTextView is a UITextView subclass that implements a variety of features that are relevant to a syntax or code text view. There are many subclasses of UITextView out there with the release of TextKit but none that are specifically tailored towards a code/syntax view. CYRTextView aims to change this. Features include: - Regular expression based text highlighting with support for multiple text attributes for each expression - Line numbers - Gesture based navigation