SSUIViewMiniMe 1.0.1

SSUIViewMiniMe 1.0.1

LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License MIT
ReleasedLast Release Dec 2014

Maintained by Unclaimed.

  • By
  • Segev Sherry

A miniature replica of your UIView with an indicator of your location.


SSUIViewMiniMe takes your UIView and creates a small version of it with an indicator of your location on the original UIView.

The example shown in the GIF above is in the SSUIViewMiniMeDemo/ directory:


  • The MiniMe UIView is responsive to touch. Dragging your finger on it will move the actual UIScrollView
  • The MiniMe UIView indicator will track the current movment in the UIScrollView
  • The MiniMe UIView will draw on it self any changes made in the UIScrollView

All those features are shown in the GIF above (might take a few seconds to load)


  • iOS 5+ (Should work on 4 if you are not using a StoryBoard, not tested)

Screenshot (The GIF above will explain a lot more)


In one of my projects I was asked to create a simple UI for seats selection in a movie theater. With the iPhone screen relatively small I had to find a way to zoom in on a view and still let the user know about his current location. I ended up using something much simpler for the seat selection project and found a lot of other uses for SSUIViewMiniMe class.

Manual Installation

Just drag SSUIViewMiniMe.h & m to your project.

How to use

import SSUIViewMiniMe.h to your project.

miniMeView = [[SSUIViewMiniMe alloc]initWithView:yourView withRatio:4]; // ratio is the size of the miniMe view you want to create. UIView size \ ratio = UIViewMiniMe size
[self.view addSubview:miniMeView];

That's it!

If you want to use the delegate methods (optional) you will also need to add

@interface ViewController () <SSUIViewMiniMeDelegate>
miniMeView.delegate = self;

SSUIViewMiniMeDelegate Protocols

- (void)enlargedView:(SSUIViewMiniMe *)enlargedView willBeginDragging:(UIScrollView *)scrollView;

Tells the delegate when scrolling is about to start.

- (void)enlargedView:(SSUIViewMiniMe *)enlargedView didScroll:(UIScrollView *)scrollView;

Tells the delegate when the user scrolls the content view.

- (void)enlargedView:(SSUIViewMiniMe *)enlargedView didEndDragging:(UIScrollView *)scrollView;

Tells the delegate when dragging ended.

- (void)enlargedView:(SSUIViewMiniMe *)enlargedView willBeginDecelerating:(UIScrollView *)scrollView;

Tells the delegate that scrolling movement is starting to decelerate.

- (void)enlargedView:(SSUIViewMiniMe *)enlargedView didEndDecelerating:(UIScrollView *)scrollView;

Tells the delegate that the scroll view has ended decelerating the scrolling movement.


  1. Rotation
  2. Other stuff

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) sSegev