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Extends UICollectionViewFlowLayout to support reordering of cells. Similar to long press and pan on books in iBook. The goal of LXReorderableCollectionViewFlowLayout is to provides capability for reordering of cell, similar to iBook. - Long press on cell invoke reordering capability. - When reordering capability is invoked, fade the selected cell from highlighted to normal state. - Drag around the selected cell to move it to the desired location, other cells adjust accordingly. Callback in the form of delegate methods are invoked. - Drag selected cell to the edges, depending on scroll direction, autoscroll in the desired direction. - Release to stop reordering.
This will format a text field similar to how an ATM works. This allows easy entry of dollar amounts. If on an iPhone it can even add a positive/negative toggle button to the keypad. If on an ipad it will only allow numbers to be entered and if a user taps the minus symbol it will act as the toggle. Also it includes a helper class method to return a NSDecimalNumber of what is in the textField. Enjoy!
A springboard implementation, as know from the Apple iOS mainscreen. Supports moving and deletion of items. Work with all interface orientations and for different screen-sizes. Was tested with the iPhone (should work on the iPad too). The PTSSpringBoard uses a UITableView like delegation pattern to communicate with its data source and delegate. The code is documented - and the demo project should demonstrate the possibilities of the class. You are allowed to use this class for any of your projects (be it commercial or open source). If you do so, you are invited to give credits to the author Ralph Gasser (pontius software GmbH, Switzerland). If you alter the class and/or improve upon it, you are kindly asked to share your work under the same terms.
A UIView to appear along the iOS default keyboard. It manages also ROTATION when keyboard is present. For iOS4+ The UIKeyboardCoView is totally CUSTOMIZABLE. Just add one UIKeyboardCoView in your XIB and put anything you need inside it :) To know how to manage rotation, please check the Readme in the download webpage
KOKeyboard is an iOS drop-in component that adds a new row of keys to the default on-screen keyboard. It consists of swipe buttons with all common symbols, punctuation and brackets, and a special navigation key. It was developed for Kodiak PHP, an app which allows you to write and run PHP code directly on the iPad. A swipe button has 5 symbols on it. If you simply tap it, it will produce the middle symbol. However if you swipe it (tap-and-drag) towards one of the corners, it will produce the symbol in that corner. The navigation key (the middle one with a circle on it) allows you to navigate in the text by moving the cursor in a direction where you drag. If you drag the navigation key, the cursor will move the same way as you drag. If you double tap and drag it will start selecting text from your current position. To see the component in action, take a look at the video at http://www.becomekodiak.com/ or try our app called Kodiak PHP on the App Store.
Infinite/Circular Scrolling Implementation for UIScrollView DMCircularScrollView implements an infinite. When creating paging functionality for your apps, there may be times that an infinite page loop would be desired. For example, if you have a small gallery of photos you are displaying, you may want to swipe through the set and have it start back at the beginning once you reach the end. The user would be able to continue swiping as much as they wanted in one direction to continue to view the content. DMCircularScrollView allows you to create an endless paginated scrollview.
Yet another calendar component for iOS. Compatible with iOS 4.0 (iPhone & iPad) and higher. PMCalendar supports selection of multiple dates within one or several months, could appear as a popover (if you used UIPopoverController before, you'll find PMCalendar management very similar), supports orientation changes out of the box and does not require any third party frameworks.
PSMTabBarControl remains the best way to have Safari-style tabs in your app. This fork makes it easy to use PSMTabBarControl when developing apps for 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 using Xcode 4. It is also Retina-ready. This fork contains none of the IBPlugin stuff, and removes unnecessary graphics to get a much smaller framework size (about 668kb uncompressed, 232kb deflated). If you make any improvements, please submit them as pull requests.