|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
Maintained by Unclaimed.
ZMScrollSprite is built to be super easy-to-use.
Just instantiate a
ZMScrollSprite object using the specific
- (instancetype)initWithSize:(CGSize)size contentSize:(CGSize)contentSize;
ZMScrollSprite is no longer based on the scrolling behavior of a hidden
This gives it more flexibilty but also removes some of the cool functionalities inherited from the
UIScrollView scrolling behavior (bouncing, paging, deceleration, etc.).
All these refinements are already on
ZMScrollSprite's roadmap and will be added in future versions.
For now, you have two choices:
UIScrollView. Big downside: every area covered by the hidden
UIScrollViewwon't be accessible to interact with the
SpriteKitonly environment but is less refined than the v1.0.0
Hope this will help you as much as it helps me!
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