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MLPAccessoryBadge is a delightfully customizable UIView subclass that renders text inside a badge, created mainly for use in a UITableViewCell as its accessoryView property. Use it to hint at quantities, states, notifications, urgency, etc... An MLPAccessoryBadge is not restricted solely for use in a UITableViewCell, it was just designed with that use case in mind. Feel free to find other creative uses for the accessory badge! MLPAccessoryBadge requires no graphic files to work, all drawing happens natively. This means you can customize colors, shading and shapes with ease!
ImageShowcase is a UIView subclass. It can be easily integrated to any application and almost everything is customizable to fit into any App.Some of its features are, Customizable layout with configurable, Thumbnail Size, Thumbnail Row & Column Spacing, Top and Left Spacing. It has a stand alone independent Image Viewer as well. It has optimized thumbnail generation technique which resize and then crop an image to fit into size defined. When user touch-and-hold (long press) thumbnail the delete view with springboard animation is activated.
Extends UICollectionViewFlowLayout to support reordering of cells. Similar to long press and pan on books in iBook. The goal of LXReorderableCollectionViewFlowLayout is to provides capability for reordering of cell, similar to iBook. - Long press on cell invoke reordering capability. - When reordering capability is invoked, fade the selected cell from highlighted to normal state. - Drag around the selected cell to move it to the desired location, other cells adjust accordingly. Callback in the form of delegate methods are invoked. - Drag selected cell to the edges, depending on scroll direction, autoscroll in the desired direction. - Release to stop reordering.
A springboard implementation, as know from the Apple iOS mainscreen. Supports moving and deletion of items. Work with all interface orientations and for different screen-sizes. Was tested with the iPhone (should work on the iPad too). The PTSSpringBoard uses a UITableView like delegation pattern to communicate with its data source and delegate. The code is documented - and the demo project should demonstrate the possibilities of the class. You are allowed to use this class for any of your projects (be it commercial or open source). If you do so, you are invited to give credits to the author Ralph Gasser (pontius software GmbH, Switzerland). If you alter the class and/or improve upon it, you are kindly asked to share your work under the same terms.
HMLauncherView is a UI component which mimics the iOS homescreen (a.k.a SpringBoard) behaviour. Added icons can be reordered and removed. In addition the HMLauncherView supports drag&drop of icons between several HMLauncherView instances. Checkout the demo video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mqv1usdM6fA