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Pull to fresh with circular progress view as used in the Beamly iOS app. This version of the pull to refresh feature can be used both on UITableViews and UICollectionViews and it has been inspired by Sam Vermette's SVPullToRefresh. When dealing with a custom pull to refresh view, often the native UIRefreshControl is not ideal as it is not customizable. A common customization besides the pull to refresh, is to have a circular progress view with the logo of the app to show during the dragging.
Twitter Music-like pull-to-refresh controller but a bit more enhanced and flexible. Additionally, it supports 3 types of waiting animations: random flashing, linear flashing and circular flashing. Moreover particles gathering together using a galaxy/spiral animation.
Allows you to have implement a "pull to refresh" control on any UIScrollView. Why is better than other implementations? - It's unintrusive, and simply observes the content offset of the scroll view. - You can provide custom views. - You can provide custom behaviors to the "refresh" cycle! AKA Once pulled past a certain offset, you can perform anything you want! - You can implement pull to refresh in ANY of the 4 sides. pull up to load more? With this you can literally implement any "pull-to-refresh" library with the 6 delegates inside! NOTE: This library was created by the wonderful team of https://github.com/bONchON and https://github.com/timothy1ee from GoMiso.
MNMPullToRefresh is a solution to add pull-to-refresh feature at the top of an UITableView. This solution has its basis on the Mediator design pattern (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediator_pattern). 'MNMPullToRefreshManager' acts as a Mediator between the pull-to-refresh view and its container table view, decoupling the view and the scroll management. In order to maintain this decoupling, there is no 'UITableView' subclass, allowing developers to add this behavior as an aggregate of its own subclasses of 'UITableView' without creating an intermediate class or adding directly in the UIViewController that manages table delegate and data source.