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ABFullScrollViewController

Behaviour objects the provides the behaviour o hiding the header view as the user scrolls. Similar to Facebook, Safari, Twitter...

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Component that provide the behavior of hidding a header view while the user makes scroll. It is inspiring in Facebook table scroll style. For sake of simplicity this component follows Behavioral Object Pattern Objc.io.

Installation with CocoaPods

CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Objective-C, which automates and simplifies the process of using 3rd-party libraries like ABMFullScrollBehavior in your projects.

Podfile

pod "ABMFullScrollBehavior"

Manual Installation

If you don't want to use cocoapods you just need to copy ABMFullScrollBehavior folder in your project.

Configuration

In order to apply this behaviour to your scroll based view you just need to follow next steps:

  • Create a new Object in your ViewController using the .xib.

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  • Change the class to ABMFullScrollBehavior

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  • Connect the different IBOutlets:

    • delegate
    • headerView
    • scrollView
  • This object have a couple of IBInspectable properties that you can set from the storyboard:

    • Imantate in case you want to avoid the user leave the header in a non-end state.
    • MinVisibleHeightHeader to define how much header view height will remain visible.

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  • And that is! You got your scroll hiding the header when the user makes scroll!

I want to use my scroll base element delegate

Most likely you will want your UITableView reacts when the user press a cell and for that you need to use its delegate for instance. But I need it too to know when the user is doing scroll. Fine, let's solve this!

Inside of the component there is another class called ABMMultiplexerProxyBehavior. That is used for connect one delegate and forward every call to every target we connect to it. So the steps would be:

  • Create a ABMMultiplexerProxyBehavior object in our ViewController using the storyboard or .xib editor.
  • Instead of connecting our scroll base element delegate to ABMFullScrollBehavior object we should connect it to this new object.
  • ABMMultiplexerProxyBehavior has and IBOutlet called targets. This is a IBOutletCollection so we can connect our ABMFullScrollBehavior object and the ViewController as well.

I want to customize the animation

You can provide a delegate for ABMFullScrollBehavior and implement it like the example:

- (void)scroll:(UIScrollView *)scroll animationForHeaderView:(UIView *)view percent:(CGFloat)percent {
    [self.headerContainerView setAlpha:percent];
    
    CGFloat transform = MIN(percent+0.5, 1);
    [self.headerContainerView setTransform:CGAffineTransformMakeScale(transform, transform)];
}

Architecture

Let's do an small summarize of how is design all the connections between the different objects.

Without ABMMultiplexerProxyBehavior

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With ABMMultiplexerProxyBehavior

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Features

  • This components supports Size classes and Autolayout.
  • Also supports Navigation Item.
  • It works with any UI element that inherate from UIScrollView class.
    • UICollectionView
    • UITableView
    • UIScrollView
  • Everthing is configured just using storyboard of .xib editor. That make more encapsulate this code and it is painless to integrate and modify.

Examples

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License

ABMFullScrollBehavior is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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