DMSlidingCell is a simple Slide-To-Reveal implementation of UITableViewCell found in Twitter and many other applications. It uses blocks and Core Animation so it requires iOS 4.x or later.
Daniele Margutti, http://www.danielemargutti.com
How to get started
- Just use this cell as base class for your sliding UITableViewCell subclass
- Put frontmost visible content on cell's contentView and hidden content inside the backgroundView
- Set allowed swipe-to-reveal directions (cell.swipeDirection) and you're done! The magic is here, with a great animation too!
- You can handle slide events by using eventHandler block
June 30, 2012
- First version
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