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An iOS token field based on the behaviour and functionality provided by Mail.app's email recipient field.

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JSTokenField

A token field that mimics the behaviour and functionality provided by Mail.app's recipient field.

  • Tokens have a title and a represented object which is just an id.
  • The field will resize itself when tokens start to overflow - implement the delegate methods to resize your own interface to fit the new frame.
  • Can add names/numbers from the address book
  • can select individual tokens and remove them.

JSTokenField

License (Simplified BSD)

Copyright 2011 James Addyman (JamSoft). All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

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