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mediamonks/MMMHorizontalPicker 1.1.0
Horizontal picker with support for custom items
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.package(url: "https://github.com/mediamonks/MMMHorizontalPicker.git", from: "1.1.0")



(This is a part of MMMTemple suite of iOS libraries we use at MediaMonks.)





source 'https://github.com/mediamonks/MMMSpecs.git'
source 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git'
pod 'MMMHorizontalPicker'


.package(url: "https://github.com/mediamonks/MMMHorizontalPicker", .upToNextMajor(from: "1.1.0"))


Simply add a MMMHorizontalPicker to your UIView, afterwards there are multiple configuration options available.

// Initialise a new picker, more info on the styles below.
let pickerView = MMMHorizontalPicker(style: .default)

// You probably want to layout the picker as well.

// Optional view which when set is used to calculate prefered height of the picker.
pickerView.prototypeView = ItemView() 

// Setting the delegate is essential to supply the picker with views.
pickerView.delegate = self 

// The distance to keep between two neigbour item views.
pickerView.spacing = 30

// All the item views will be positioned within the rect obtained by insetting the bounds
// by these insets.
pickerView.contentInsets = .init(top: 0, left: 30, bottom: 0, right: 30)

// The current index of the pickerView, read-only.
print("Index: ", pickerView.currentItemIndex)

// Set the current index of the pickerView, will scroll to the index.
pickerView.setCurrentItemIndex(2, animated: true)

// Should be called when the number of items change.


func numberOfItemsForHorizontalPicker(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker) -> Int {
    // Return the number of items in your picker.
    return 5

func horizontalPicker(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker, viewForItemWith index: Int) -> UIView {
    // Return the UIView for a item on a certain index.
    return ItemView(index: index)

func horizontalPickerDidChangeCurrentItemIndex(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker) {
    // The user swiped or pickerView.setCurrentItemIndex() was called.
    print("Current item index changed:", picker.currentItemIndex)
func horizontalPicker(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker, recycle view: UIView) {
    // Called after an item view becomes invisible and is removed from the picker. The delegate
    // can choose to store it somewhere and reuse it later or can just forget it and simply use 
    // a new view next time.

func horizontalPicker(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker, prepare view: UIView) {
    // Called after the given item view is added into the view hierarchy.

func horizontalPicker(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker, didScroll offset: CGFloat) {
    // Called when the picker scrolls to a new offset.

func horizontalPicker(_ picker: MMMHorizontalPicker, update view: UIView, centerProximity: CGFloat) {
    // Called every time the viewport position changes (every frame in case of animation or dragging) 
    // with an updated "center proximity" value for each visible item view.
    // "Center proximity" is a difference between the center of the item and the current viewport 
    // position in "index space" coordinates.
    // For example, if the current item is in the center of the view port already, then its 
    // "center proximiy" value will be 0, and the same value for the view right (left) to the central
    // item will be 1 (-1). When dragging the contents so the right view gets closer to the center, 
    // then its center proximity will be continously approaching 0.
    // This is handy when you need to dim or transforms items when they get farther from the center, 
    // but be careful with doing heavy things here.


  • default In this mode all item views define their preferred width via Auto Layout.
  • paged In this mode the width of every item will be constrainted to the width of the picker adjusted to contentInsets.
  • uniform In this mode the width of every item will be constrainted to the width of the widest item adjusted to contentInsets.

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