FlickTabControl is an easy to use library of the "Flick" tab bar seen in popular enormego iPhone apps like Groundwork, Reader, and What's On The Radio. FlickTabControl was originally inspired by the implementation of tabbing in Facebook's iPhone application.
The demo app shows you how simple it is to get going with FlickTabControl
- FlickTableViewController: Simplying replacing your UITableViewController subclass with FlickTableViewController, will instantly give you a FlickTabView implementation. All you need to do is implement the necessary DataSource and Delegate methods to display the tabs you want.
- FlickTabView: Primary view for FlickTabControl, most of the action takes place here.
- FlickTabButton: Subclass of UIControl, creates the tab used in FlickTabView
It's important to note that you can not set the tableHeaderView when using FlickTableViewController. FlickTableViewController sets it's instance of FlickTabView to be displayed via tableHeaderView.
Feel free to contact email@example.com if you need any other help with this library or wish to contribute bug fixes or feature enhancements.
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