UIToolBar replacement as seen in the iOS 10 Maps app, supporting both vertical and horizontal orientation.
It is designed to hover above your content and it plays nicely with auto layout. Combine
ISHPullUp to create a UI resembling the
iOS 10 Maps app.
The content of the bar is set using
UIBarButtonItems, just as you would configure a
The bar is backed by a
UIVisualEffectsView allowing you to choose from several styles.
You can customize most aspects of the view via Interface Builder.
ISHHoverBar is populated similarly to a
UIToolbar using instances of
UIBarButtonItem. The content can be changed at any time by setting the
The layout and
intrinsicContentSize will automatically be updated.
A few limitation apply:
ISHHoverBar only supports instances of
customView (subclass of
UIControl). Most importantly,
UIBarButtonItem instances created using a
UIBarButtonSystemItem are not supported as
access to the underlying content is restricted to private APIs.
ISHHoverBar supports vertical and horizontal layouts. The orientation can be changed
at any time by setting the
orientation property (default is vertical). Use auto layout
to position the bar in your view hierarchy.
The following aspects of
ISHHoverBar can be changed via code or Interface Builder:
ISHHoverBar is written in Objective-C to allow easy integration into any iOS project
and has fully documented headers. It is annotated for easy integration into
Swift code bases.
ISHHoverBar class and sample app have a Deployment Target of iOS 8.
Add the project file
ISHHoverBar.xcodeproj as a subproject of your app.
Then add the framework
ISHHoverBar.framework to the app's embedded binaries
(on the General tab of your app target's settings). On the Build Phases tab,
verify that the framework has also been added to the Link Binary with
Libraries phase, and that an Embed Frameworks phase has been created (unless
it existed before).
The framework can be used as a module, so you can use
import ISHHoverBar (Swift) to import all public headers.
Further reading on Modules: Clang Documentation
Currently the project relies on a single implementation file and its header. You can include them directly into your project:
You can use CocoaPods to install
ISHHoverBar as a static library. Add this
to your Podfile:
target 'MyApp' do pod 'ISHHoverBar' end
ISHHoverBar can also be installed as a framework:
target 'MyApp' do use_frameworks! pod 'ISHHoverBar' end
See the official website to get started with CocoaPods.
ISHHoverBar can be built as a framework, it supports Carthage, too. Add
this to your Cartfile:
See the Carthage repository to get started with Carthage.
ISHPermissionKit - A polite and unified way of asking for permission on iOS
ISHPullUp - Vertical split view controller with pull up gesture as seen in the iOS 10 Maps app