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ALGReversedFlowLayout

Like a vertical UICollectionViewFlowLayout, but bottom-to-top instead of top-to-bottom

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ALGReversedFlowLayout

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ALGReversedFlowLayout is a subclass of UICollectionViewFlowLayout which lays out its items bottom-to-top instead of top-to-bottom.

Usage

To run the example project, just do pod try https://github.com/algal/ALGReversedFlowLayout.git. Run the example project in the simulator with a 4" device. Play with the switches in the example project to compare it to the normal flow layout, and to see the effect of the two configurable properties expandsContentSizeToBounds and minimumContentSizeHeight.

To use it in your app, just programatically instatiate this class exactly as you would UICollectionViewFlowLayout. Or if you are creating your layout in Interface Builder, then select the layout object in your storyboard or nib and use the Identity Inspector to set the class ALGReversedFlowLayout instead of UICollectionViewFlowLayout.

Requirements

This should require only iOS6 or higher. (But I have only tested in iOS7.)

Installation

There are two ways to use the library in your project:

1) Manually add the library files to your project:

ALGReversedFlowLayout.h
ALGReversedFlowLayout.m

2) Using CocoaPods

ALGReversedFlowLayout is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod "ALGReversedFlowLayout"

Author

Alexis Gallagher, alexis@alexisgallagher.com

License

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

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