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Showing posts with label UICollectionView. Show all posts
Showing posts with label UICollectionView. Show all posts

Saturday, November 24, 2012

UICollectionView Subclass Library Adding Pinterest STyle Grid View Functionality

Today's iOS Developer Resource.

An open source iOS 6 UICollectionView subclass that allows you to easily create Pinterest style grid views that automatically add your views to the column based on height.

You can find UICollectionViewWaterfallLayout on Github here.

A very nice UICollectionView enhancement.

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Friday, November 9, 2012

A Springboard-Like Layout With the UICollectionView Class

Collection Views are an exciting new addition to the UIKit API in iOS 6. Some platform pundits are of the opinion that collection views are poised to become as fundamental and pervasive a component in iOS app design as table views have been (and your author is humbly inclined to agree!). Collection views and table views share a lot of common design philosophy (not to mention a similar API) because they serve a common purpose – to present a collection of related data. It is best not to think of collection views as a replacement to table views, but rather as a new offering of a more generic and flexible architecture for interacting with non-tabular data sets.
This tutorial will teach you how to use the iOS 6 UICollectionView class to build a "Springboard" layout that looks and acts like the iOS Home Screen! Along the way, you'll gain a solid grasp of collection view fundamentals in order to create your own grid based layouts.


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Friday, October 5, 2012

Nifty UICollectionView Extension That Adds Drag And Drop Re-Ordering

Today's iOS Developer resource is an extension for the new iOS 6 UICollectionView that extends the UICollectionViewFlowLayout class with drag-n-drop reordering similar to that found in the Springboard and iBooks apps.

You can find the extension LXReorderableCollectionViewFlowLayout on Github here.

A great extension, and included you'll find an excellent example that uses Storyboards.

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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Tutorial: How To Create An iOS 6 UICollectionView Using Storyboards

Today's iOS Developer resource is a tutorial on how to use the new UICollectionView grid style view component added by Apple in iOS 6.  In the tutorial you'll learn how to set up an app using UICollectionView with storyboards, and populate that app with images downloaded online..

You can find the UICollectionView tutorial here.  The example project can be foundon Github here.

Ash has also released an example demonstrating how to use NSFetchedResultsController with UICollectionView that can be found on Github here.

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