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Control for a floating view gliding over a ViewController Edit RDGliderViewController is a view controller that manages a scrollable view using one side as a sliding point, choosing between Left-to-Right, Top-to-Bottom, Right-to-Left and Bottom-to-Top, and setting an array of offsets as percent values to determine the gliding view steps, as described bellow.
A sideways-scrolling selection scroll view. ILSideScrollView is a tool for presenting options for a user to select, usually for supporting data. As such, the scroller works horizontally instead of vertically like for the main data. This scroll view is perfect for letting the user select fonts, colors, and other options. The user can configure each item in the scroll view in many ways, including appearances and to optionally invoke a method when the item is tapped.
This class largely implements the sliding views found in the Path 2.0 and Facebook apps. The ViewDeckController supports sideview in all directions (left, right, top, bottom), in any combination: you can leave any of them nil for example. You can pan the center view to the side to reveal any side view. Provides a delegate to control panning, opening and closing side views. There's also a bunch of messages defined to open or close each side appropriately. Integrates nicely with UINavigationController. Handles rotation and resizing.