Easy to use and highly customizable View that displays selector controls for (e.g.) UITableView Sections. This project is inspired by the iPads Address Book application.
- Refer to the Demo project.
- Drag and Drop CHSectionSelectionView.h/.m and CHSectionSelectionItemView to your project
- Subclass CHSectionSelectionItemView to handle communication between static and sliding controller
- Implement the delegate and datasource protocol in your ViewController
Setting up the SectionSelectionView (Example)
_selectionView = [[CHSectionSelectionView alloc] init]; _selectionView.backgroundColor = [UIColor whiteColor]; _selectionView.dataSource = self; _selectionView.delegate = self; _selectionView.showCallouts = YES; // the view should show a callout when an item is selected _selectionView.calloutDirection = SectionCalloutDirectionRight; // Callouts should appear on the right side [self.view addSubview:_selectionView];
Implement the Datasource
-(CHSectionSelectionItemView *)sectionSelectionView:(CHSectionSelectionView *)sectionSelectionView sectionSelectionItemViewForSection:(NSInteger)section; -(NSInteger)numberOfSectionsInSectionSelectionView:(CHSectionSelectionView *)sectionSelectionView; @optional -(UIView *)sectionSelectionView:(CHSectionSelectionView *)sectionSelectionView callOutViewForSelectedSection:(NSInteger)section;
Implement the delegate
@optional -(void)sectionSelectionView:(CHSectionSelectionView *)sectionSelectionView didSelectSection:(NSInteger)section;
Copyright 2012 Clemens Hammerl
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