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A table view cell that swipes to reveal a basement menu similar to iOS 7 Mail, but with tons of configuration options. Uses a delegate/data source construction method, and NSLayoutConstraints and spring damping animation instead of a UIScrollView to prevent gesture collision.
RNBlurredSideViewController is a side view controller with a dynamic blurred background effect when swiping similar to the iOS 7 control center. It can be used to show views on the side like the Facebook or Path app. The unique feature of RNBlurredSideViewController is that it can blur the side view background dynamically when swiping which is similar to the iOS 7 control center. The implementation of the blur effect is not based on UIToolbar. The blur effect can be customized. RNBlurredSideViewController is available through [CocoaPods](http://cocoapods.org), to install it simply add the following line to your Podfile: pod "RNBlurredSideViewController"
Combine a search result's `UITableView` with a `MKMapView`. Just setup the `KIPullToRevealViewController` as a `UITableViewController` with the known delegate methods. Set `pullToRevealDelegate` to your desired delegate class. If the "Search" button is pressed, your `pullToRevealDidSearchFor:` selector will be fired containing the user's search-text. Feel free to fork and use this controller, if you make any changes useful for others, please feel free to make a pull request.
MBPullDownController, an iOS container view controller for pullable scroll view interfaces. MBPullDownController accepts two view controllers, which it presents one above the other. The front view controller is configured to accept a pull interaction which it utilizes to show or hide back view controller.
This is a container controller for presenting side views like Path or Facebook application, Done Right!. It is *really* simple to use, and contrary to virtually all similar controllers out there, this is the only one that correctly implements controller containment principles. This means it properly delivers appearance messages you can rely on, rotations are handled gracefully, and it is the only controller that can be used both as the application root view controller or as a child controller, thus enabling total flexibility at implementing hierarchical interface layouts. Light weight implementation that does it all with just a few hundred lines of code.
MSNavigationPaneViewController is a view controller class that handles the presentation of two overlaid child view controllers. The "pane" view can moved with a swipe gesture to reveal the "master" view below. This interface paradigm easily enables the navigation seen in Facebook, Path, and many others.
HHPanningTableViewCell is a UITableViewCell implementing "swipe to reveal" a drawer view. Such a view typically holds action buttons applying to the current row. This behavior is seen in a number of iOS applications. To my knowledge the idea was pioneered by Loren Brichter for Tweetie (aka Twitter for iPhone). The HHPanningTableViewCell implementation was written for the [ACTPrinter 4.0 application](https://itunes.apple.com/app/actprinter-virtual-printer/id296083171?mt=8). The code presented here is identical to the one used in the shipped product.
This is a container controller for presenting side views like Path or Facebook application. It is really simple to use, like UINavigationController, works on both iPhone and iPad, really easy to setup and lot of options are available. I created this component from scratch, because the others I saw weren't so easy to integrate in a app. There is a documentation up to date, and two sample code provided. One shows how to easily integrate PPRevealSideViewController in an app, and the other shows lot of options and all the configurations available. A youtube video is also available to see the component in action.