FTFontSelector implements a clone of the font selector that can be found in Apple’s iOS Pages application.
See the screenshots for examples of its usage on both iPhone and iPad.
Note: For now it targets the current iOS 6 look, because we won’t know what Apple’s version in iOS 7 will look like yet.
The one exposed class that you need to work with is
FTFontSelectorController. This class is a
UINavigationController subclass that provides all the required features.
FTFontSelector is available through CocoaPods, to install it simply add the following line to your Podfile:
Alternatively, add all the source files in
Classes and the resource bundle at
Assets/FTFontSelector.bundle to your Xcode project and add
CoreText to the ‘frameworks build
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FTFontSelector is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.