CCFScrollingTabBar 0.9.0

CCFScrollingTabBar 0.9.0

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LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License MIT
ReleasedLast Release Dec 2014

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  • By
  • Alan Duncan

A refined scrolling tab bar for iPhone.

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Getting started

To get started using CCFScrollingTabBar, download the source and checkout the sample project. Here's what we did in the example:

  • Created a new view controller + nib
  • In the nib, create a view 41 pixels high, 320 pixels wide (spanning the iOs screen) and give it a custom class of CCFScrollableTabView
  • In our custom view controller's viewDidLoad method, set the delegate and dataSource properties on the scrollable tab view to ourselves.
  • Implement the delegate methods:
#pragma mark - CCFScrollableTabViewDataSource


- (UIColor *)textColorInScrollableTabView:(CCFScrollableTabView *)tabView {
    return [UIColor whiteColor];
}

- (UIColor *)darkColorInScrollableTabView:(CCFScrollableTabView *)tabView {
    return [UIColor colorWithRed:0.0706f green:0.1529f blue:0.4235f alpha:1.0f];
}

- (UIColor *)lightColorInScrollableTabView:(CCFScrollableTabView *)tabView {
    return [UIColor colorWithRed:0.258f green:0.639f blue:0.890f alpha:1.0f];
}

- (NSArray *)titlesInScrollableTabView:(CCFScrollableTabView *)tabView {
    return [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"Afrikaans",@"Basque",@"Catalan",@"Croatian",@"Danish",@"English",@"French",@"German",@"Hungarian", nil];
}
  • Implement the following data source method:
#pragma mark - CCFScrollableTabViewDelegate

- (void)scrollableTabView:(CCFScrollableTabView *)tabView didSelectItemAtIndex:(NSInteger)index;
{
    NSLog(@"%s - SELECTED = %d",__FUNCTION__,index);
    NSString *language = Languages[index];
    self.textLabel.text = LanguageTexts[language];
}

And that's it!