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A performant Grid-View for iOS (iPhone/iPad) that allows sorting of views with gestures (the user can move the items with his finger to sort them) and pinching/rotating/panning gestures allow the user to play with the view and toggle from the cellview to a fullsize display.
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An iOS Grid-View allowing the user to sort the views in the scrollView and also to see the views in fullsize by pinching them. 
This view is inspired by the UITableView and uses a datasource and delegates in order to get the data and interact with it.

- iOS 5 (to access the UIScrollView gestureRecognizers)
- ARC (Automatic Reference Counting)
- Frameworks: Foundation, UIKit, CoreGraphics and QuartzCore

Features - General:
- Works on both the iPhone and iPad
- Works on both portrait and landscape orientation
- Gestures work great inside of the scrollView
- Demo app provided

Features - Sorting:
- Perform a long-touch on a view to be able to move it
- Two different animation styles ("Swap" or "Push")
- Sorted view has a shake animation (can be disabled)
- Only one UIPanGestureRecognizer and one UILongTouchGestureRecognizer used to track ALL views

Features - Fullsize:
- Pinch, rotate and drag views using 2 fingers
- Switch to fullsize mode on the view at the end of these gestures if the view scaled enough
- Provide a different fullsize view (detailed view) for the view via the delegate
- Every view doesnt have it's own gesture recognizers, the main view handles a set of gestures for ALL views

Latest code can be found on GitHub:
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