|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
Maintained by Unclaimed.
Extension for the
UICollectionViewLayout that allows a user to move items with drag and drop.
draggableto true on collection view.
collectionViewLayoutto a layout that implements the
UICollectionViewLayout_Warpableprotocol (will fallback if layout does not). For the default Flow layout (grid) use
DraggableCollectionViewFlowLayout- you can set this in Interface Builder.
It works just like
UITableView. The extended protocol contains similarly named methods related to drag and drop found in the
UITableViewDataSource protocol. The
moveItemAtIndexPath:toIndexPath method is only called once - when the user lifts their finger. This is acomplished by "warping" the cells by modifying the output from the
layoutAttributesForElementsInRect method. This allows you to physically move the cells around without touching the data source.
This extension can work with most custom layouts - just implement the
UICollectionViewLayout_Warpable protocol. An easy way to do this is subclass your layout and feed the output from
LSCollectionViewLayoutHelper. For an example how to do this see
DraggableCollectionViewFlowLayout - you can pretty much copy and paste from there.
DraggableCollectionViewFlowLayout is included for Apple's default
UICollectionViewFlowLayout (see FlowLayoutDemo). There is also CircleLayoutDemo for Apple's CircleLayout example from WWDC 2012.
DraggableCollectionView is available under the MIT license.