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LFTwitterProfile

Twitter-like Profile viewController with easy to use API

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LFTwitterProfile

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Twitter-like Profile viewController with very easy to use API

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Example

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

Installation

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

pod "LFTwitterProfile"

Usage

Basic

Making your Twitter-like Profile viewController is as simple as extending TwitterProfileViewController

class MyProfileViewController: TwitterProfileViewController {
  /* ... overrides ... */
}

Customization

TwitterProfileViewController provides several handy APIs for customizing the interface:

functiondescription
numberOfSegments() -> Intoverride to return the number of segments (tabs) to be shown
segmentTitle(forSegment index: Int) -> Stringoverride to return the title for segments shown in UISegmentedControl
prepareForLayout()override to setup scrollViews, tableViews, etc, before they are returned in scrollView(forSegment index: Int)
scrollView(forSegment index: Int) -> UIScrollViewoverride to return UIScrollView (UITableView, UICollectionView, etc) in corresponding segment index
username: Stringuser name displayed in profile header and navigation
profileImage: UIImageuser icon
coverImage: UIImagecover image shown in sticky header
locationString: Stringlocation displayed under username
descriptionString: Stringcontent under location, dynamically sized, profileHeader will adjust it's height by the content from descriptionString

UIScrollView, UITableView, UICollectionView, ...

LFTwitterProfile allows you to use any child of UIScrollView, essentially any child that will provide with correct contentSize property, to be shown as a tab under UISegmentedControl.

Switching between tabs is as smooth as if the native Twitter iOS app, scrolling states are managed automatically.

override func prepareForLayout() {
  // TableViews should be initialized here
  let _tweetTableView = UITableView(frame: CGRect.zero, style: .plain)
  self.tweetTableView = _tweetTableView

  let _photosTableView = UITableView(frame: CGRect.zero, style: .plain)
  self.photosTableView = _photosTableView

  let _favoritesTableView = UITableView(frame: CGRect.zero, style: .plain)
  self.favoritesTableView = _favoritesTableView

  self.setupTables() // setting up delegates and dataSources, register cells, etc....
}

override func scrollView(forSegment index: Int) -> UIScrollView {
  switch index {
  case 0:
    return tweetTableView
  case 1:
    return photosTableView
  case 2:
    return favoritesTableView
  default:
    return tweetTableView
  }
}

TODO

  • More user interface customization
  • Better documentation
  • Renaming (right now is quite messy for pods and projects and classes, I changed my mind several times about the naming when working on this project)

Requirements

  • Swift 3
  • Xcode 8

CocoaPods Dependencies

Author

Roy Tang, me@roytang.me

License

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

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