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SwiftMessages is an iOS library for displaying brief messages in the form of a status bar across the top or bottom of the screen. In addition to providing numerous layouts, themes and configuration options, SwiftMessages allows you to fully customize the view: * Copy one of the included nib files into your project and change it. * Subclass MessageView and add elements, etc. * Or just supply an arbitrary instance of UIView. Try exploring the demo app to get a feel for the extensive configurability of SwiftMessages.
This library provides an easy to use class to show little notification views on the top of the screen. The notification moves from the top of the screen underneath the navigation bar and stays there for a few seconds, depending on the length of the displayed text. To dismiss a notification before the time runs out, the user can swipe it to the top or just tap it. This is a port of TSMessages to Swift.
The repository contains two Objective-C classes designed to split a string into a sequence of short messages close to the international standard of SMS messaging. The GDSMSSplitter class is responsible for actuall splitting. GDSMSCounterLabel is a UILabel subclass which implements the basic pattern for showing a user the number of SMS-messages potentially sent to recipient and the count of leftover symbols. You can check GDSMSSplitterDemo project to see how it's used (it's really straightforward). GDSMSSplitter provides support for GSM 03.38 standard (including basic character set extension table, but excluding national language shift tables). It also supports UTF-16 (UCS-2) encoding standard. Also available via CocoaPods.
A simple view which allows for an iOS Messages style keyboard input view and panning behavior. Supports iOS 7.0+ - Free of method swizzling - No associated objects or other runtime hacks - Works easily with or without Auto Layout - Tested on iOS 7, iOS 8, iPhone & iPad This is a UIView subclass which allows for observing the frame of a UITextView or UITextField's inputAcessoryView. This allows your to keep the text field above the keyboard as it moves. Also this allows for interactive keyboard dismissal using UIScrollView's keyboardDismissMode property.
Sphchatbubble to use in chat screens. This project is an attempt to create the experience of chat bubbles with image , time and avatar support. Features: 1. You can customize as per your need (Ex: change the bubble image) 2. Message sizes can be vary from small to larger. 3. Copy & paste messages 4. Support for group messages 5. Data detectors (recognizes phone numbers, links, dates, etc.) 6. Timestamps 7. Avatars 8. Subtitles 9. Dynamically resizes input text view as you type Contribute: I'd love to include your contributions. Feel free to improve it, send comments or suggestions. Please let me know if you have great idea on it. Contact Me or add me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sibaprasad.hota
A memory and CPU efficient implementation of a collection view with cells that bounce around like they do in the iOS 7 messages app. This is implemented by simply subclassing the UICollectionViewFlowLayout class and adding UIAttachmentBehaviours to the layout attributes. The implementation is based on the "Exploring Scroll Views on iOS 7" presentation from WWDC 2013, however it goes further by providing robust memory and CPU management by tiling the UIAttachmentBehaviours.
This framework provides an easy to use class to show little notification views on the top of the screen. (à la Tweetbot). The notification moves from the top of the screen underneath the navigation bar and stays there for a few seconds, depending on the length of the displayed text. To dismiss a notification before the time runs out, the user can swipe it to the top or just tap it.