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This Project looks like nothing in the UI but it covers an important and complex topic in CoreData , i.e, writing data to Database in background thread so that UI does not get blocked. It uses Swift4 with a lot of reduction in boilerplate code. It also implements using a single managedobjectcontext.
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).
DNFlyingBadges is an easy to use and fun control for quick contextual user notification. Rather than the traditional loading or alert that often covers the view and requires user interaction DNFlyingBadges are quick and contextually relevant indicators that can be customized for a variety of situations using a single library.
Drop-in solution to achieve the "More" button in an UITableView's "swipe to delete"-menu by extending Apple's own implementation and not rewriting it, so UITableView's standard behavior isn't changed. * Fully compatible to iOS 7 & iOS 8 * The "More" and "Delete" buttons are customizable through a configuration block and delegate methods * Compatible to Storyboards (see included demo project) * Also available on Cocoapods