TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – I released the third free iOS framework for Swift just several hours ago. And I’m ready to release the fourth one now. This new framework is called TomatoHorizontalMenu.
TomatoHorizontalMenu lets you create a horizontally-scrollable menu right below the navigation controller for switching from one view controller to another. The following is a list of features.
- List any number of tappable sum-menus, each of which can be directed to a specific view controller.
- The default height of the horizontal menu is 60 points and can be flexible.
- The default space between the tappable labels is 30 points can be flexible.
- You have options of letting the framework set auto layout such that the horizontal menu will automatically adjust when the device is lotated.
- You can customize the highlighted label text color and non-highlighted label text color.
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Free iOS framework Part 3 is ready for release. This framework is called TomatoCountdown.
TomatoCountdown lets you create a countdown timer with a one-color circular ring. While it counts down numbers, its color ring will gradually improve in animation. And you have options of letting or not letting it count down numbers in audio. Continue reading
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Yeah, again, I’ve been keeping myself busy by making Swift framework. The second one to go around is called TomatoProgressThreeColors. Oh, yeah, it’s free to use.
TomatoProgressThreeColors lets you run a simple, circular, customizable progressive wheel with three colors of your selection. You have options of showing or not showing a button for aborting progress on top of a number of other settings like the speed of rotation. Continue reading
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Well, I haven’t developed a single software title for the past three months or so, which does not mean that I’ve quit writing code. In fact, I released my first Swift framework, which you can use with no restrictions. This Swift framework is called TomatoCal.
TomatoCal is a customizable Swift framework used for iOS devices. Each cell with a number is a button that the user can tap. And the framework will return the year, the month, day of the month, day of the week of the selected date all as numbers (Int). You can change the cell size (Int) between 24 and 60 (inclusive) such that you can create a calendar adjusted for each device size. Continue reading
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Yes, I’m aware of it. It’s been six months since I released the last software title. I’ve been working for some company outside, developing an iOS app for the past six months. Well, I’m releasing a new desktop application, which is exactly what I need. This new software release is called Local Strings. Continue reading