Customizable UIKit badge view like the one on applications in the iOS springboard. Very optimized for performance: drawn entirely using CoreGraphics.
$ git clone email@example.com:JaviSoto/JSBadgeView.git
Check out the sample project.
JSBadgeView folder into your project.
Include the header file:
JSBadgeViewand attach it to a view at the position you like. Example:
JSBadgeView *badgeView = [[JSBadgeView alloc] initWithParentView:rectangle alignment:JSBadgeViewAlignmentTopRight]; badgeView.badgeText = @"3";
pod 'JSBadgeView'to your
JSBadgeViews in your application, or the ones that are subviews of a specific type of view, using
[[JSBadgeView appearance] setBadgeBackgroundColor:UIColor.blackColor]; [[JSBadgeView appearance] setBadgeAlignment:JSBadgeViewAlignmentTopRight];
JSBadgeView.mwith the linker flag
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