MUKScrolling is a simple, block-based, ARC-enabled, iOS 4+ library built to provide you some useful scrolling views. It is composed by two main classes:
UIScrollViewsubclass which implements some basic methods to recycle subviews like
MUKGridView, a concrete
MUKRecyclingScrollViewsubclass which implements the logic to display horizontal and vertical grids of cells (see examples: you can create thumbnails grid, pages carousels, ...).
There are other more complex solutions (different but, probabily better under some aspects) like GMGridView, which acts more like
UITableView, if you want.
- ARC enabled compiler
- Deployment target: iOS 5 or greater
- Base SDK: iOS 6 or greater
- Xcode 4.5 or greater
Thanks to jverkoey iOS Framework.
Step 0: clone project from GitHub recursively, in order to get also submodules
git clone --recursive git://github.com/muccy/MUKScrolling.git
Step 1: add MUKScrolling to your project
Drag or Add To Files...
MUKScrolling.xcodeproj to your project.
Please remember not to create a copy of files while adding project: you only need a reference to it.
MUKToolkit.xcodeproj by choosing that project from
Submodules/MUKToolkit. With this step you are adding
MUKObjectCache dependencies. If your project already contains dependencies please take care to use updated libraries.
Step 2: make your project dependent
Click on your project and, then, your app target:
Add dependency clicking on + button in Target Dependencies pane and choosing static library target (
MUKScrolling) and its dependency (
Link your project clicking on + button in Link binary with Libraries pane and choosing static library product (
libMUKScrolling.a). Link also submodule dependency (
Step 3: link required frameworks
You need to link those framework in order to support
To do so you only need to click on + button in Link binary with Libraries pane and you can choose them. Tipically you only need to add
Step 4: load categories
In order to load every method in
MUKToolkit dependency you need to insert
-ObjC flag to
Other Linker Flags in Build Settings of your project.
Step 5: import headers
You only need to write
#import <MUKScrolling/MUKScrolling.h> when you need headers.
You can also import
MUKScrolling headers in your
MUKScrollingDocumentation target in order to install documentation in Xcode.
Requirement: appledoc awesome project.
TODO: online documentation.
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