DSLCalendar view is an iOS control that displays a calendar similar to the system calendar. It allows the user to select a single date or a date range.
DSLCalendarMonthSelectorView is the view displayed above the current month. It contains a label showing the current month and year, labels for the days of the week and buttons to allow the user to navigate to the previous or next month.
DSLCalendarMonthView contains a grid of DSLCalendarDayViews for a specific month.
DSLCalendarDayView is the view that represents a single day in a month view
To customise the appearance of the calendar, you should subclass DSLCalendarView and optionally DSLCalendarMonthSelectorView, DSLCalendarMonthView and DSLCalendarDayView. In your DSLCalendarView subclass, you should override the following methods to specify which classes the calendar view should use:
This project is still a work in progress so while the appearnce customisation should work, it's not been fully tested yet. I will adding a customisation to the example project to both test customisation and to show a working example.
This project uses ARC.
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