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JExpandableTableView

JExpandableTableView provides out of box support for expandable table cells

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JExpandableTableView

JExpandableTableView provides out of box support for expandable table cells

Example

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

App Preview ( Checkout live example app: courtesy Appetize )

Requirements

  • Xcode 8.x
  • Swift 3.x
  • iOS 8.0

Installation

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

pod "JExpandableTableView"

Features

  • Expandable cells
  • Allows to fetch cells asynchronously (refer tableView(_ tableView: JExpandableTableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int, callback: @escaping (Int) -> Void) method in Example)
  • Multple configaration for cell expansion and collapse
  • Easy integration through xib
  • Highly customizable - JExpandableTableView accepts any Header view and Custom cells which makes it very customizable similar to UITableView

Code Integration

Creating instance

  • Using interface builder, set class of any UIView to JExpandableTableView & create outlet in respective viewcontroller
    @IBOutlet weak var jtableView: JExpandableTableView!
  • Using interface builder, set class of any UIView to JExpandableTableView & create outlet in respective viewcontroller
    jtableView = JExpandableTableView(frame: <#T##CGRect#>)

Assign delegates, smilar to UITableView delegate

        jtableView.delegate = self
        jtableView.dataSource = self

Sample delegate methods given below, please refer Example app to get more information.

    func tableView(_ tableView: JExpandableTableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int, callback:  @escaping (Int) -> Void) {

        let sectionInfo = self.dataArray[section]

        if sectionInfo.cells.count != 0 {
            callback(sectionInfo.cells.count)
        }else{
            
            tableView.isUserInteractionEnabled = false
            SVProgressHUD.show(withStatus: "Loading chapters...")
            
            DispatchQueue.global().async {
                
                Thread.sleep(forTimeInterval: 2)
                DispatchQueue.main.sync {
                    tableView.isUserInteractionEnabled = true
                    SVProgressHUD.dismiss()
                    let sectionInfo = self.dataArray[section]
                    sectionInfo.cells.append(CellInfo("1. Prologue ",cellId: "TextCell"))
                    sectionInfo.cells.append(CellInfo("2. Bran I",cellId: "TextCell"))
                    sectionInfo.cells.append(CellInfo("3. Catelyn I",cellId: "TextCell"))
                    sectionInfo.cells.append(CellInfo("4. Daenerys I",cellId: "TextCell"))
                    sectionInfo.cells.append(CellInfo("5.  A Game of Thrones, very very long chapter beyond the wall",cellId: "TextCell"))
                    
                    callback(sectionInfo.cells.count)
                    
                }
            }
        }
    }
    
    func tableView(_ tableView: JExpandableTableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) -> UITableViewCell{
        
        let section = self.dataArray[indexPath.section]
        let row = section.cells[indexPath.row]

        let cellId = row.cellId
        let cell = tableView.dequeueReusableCell(withIdentifier: cellId!, for: indexPath)
    
        cell.contentView.backgroundColor = UIColor.white
        let label = cell.viewWithTag(11) as? UILabel
        label?.text = row.text
        return cell
    }
    
    func numberOfSections(in tableView: JExpandableTableView) -> Int {
        
        return dataArray.count
    }
    
    func tableView(_ tableView: JExpandableTableView, viewForHeaderInSection section: Int) -> UIView? {
        
        let section = self.dataArray[section]
        let header = tableView.dequeueReusableHeaderFooterView(withIdentifier: "HeaderView")
        header?.contentView.backgroundColor = UIColor.groupTableViewBackground
        let label = header?.viewWithTag(11) as? UILabel
        label?.text = section.title
        return header
    }

Manually open/close Headers

Below code snippet copied from sample app, which demonstrate this feature

        jtableView.openHeader(section: 1);
        DispatchQueue.main.asyncAfter(deadline: .now() + .seconds(4), execute: {
            jtableView.closeHeader(section: 1);

        })

Support UIRefreshControl

    jtableView.addRefreshControler(refreshControl: <UIRefreshControl>)

Contributing

If anyone interested in new additions to this repo please feel free to create pull request.

Author

Pramod Jadhav

License

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

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