|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
Maintained by Unclaimed.
Cocoapods support is forth coming, in the meantime, just grab the source folder and drop it into your project and include the QuartzCore framework.
and thats it!
Currently the view only supports up to five images, and it works best with 3 or 5, but can work with just 2.
The button titles are set for the buttons
disabled state, and are only used to let you know which button was tapped,
so button titles should follow their purpose, as you will get sent the title of the tapped button.
There is also a method for getting notified when the close button is tapped,
or if you prefer, you can use delgate methods instead of blocks.
Auto layout is also used, so all interface orientations and rotations are supported.
If you use TJLButtonView and you like it, feel free to let me know, [email protected]. If you have any issue or want to make improvements, submit a pull request.
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