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OCCalendar: "Popover" date picker controller.

OCCalendar: "Popover" date picker controller. | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

OCCalendar is a very simple component for iPhone/iPad that provides a "Popover" date picker controller. It is very easy to add to your project, and is 100% CoreGraphics code, so it uses no images, and is resolution independent. I realize that I need to cut down the size for iPhone a bit more. I originally wrote it just for iPad, and my paths and sizing are all just slightly too wide for the iPhone. I'll fix it when I get a chance.

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Neha Jain's comment, July 11, 2012 4:29 AM
From where I can take this code??
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vgrichina/ios-calendar - GitHub

vgrichina/ios-calendar - GitHub | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

ios-calendar is a stylable month calendar view for use in iPhone applications. It uses Three20 framework heavily, especially for styling.
While there are existing implementations (Kal and TKCalendarMonthView from Tapku Library, they are quite limited. In particular they both replicate styling and functionality of iPhone Calendar app and there is basically no easy way to adjust them. In addition to this – only portrait view is supported in them.





✔ Sources: https://github.com/vgrichina/ios-calendar

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Tapku Library: Displaying Calendar Markers on iPhone | Developing in the Dark

Tapku Library: Displaying Calendar Markers on iPhone | Developing in the Dark | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

The Technical Blog of Benjamin Pearson... :


"Early on I had to implement a drop down calendar with a similar look and feel as the native calendar app. There appears to be two major, actively maintained implementations on Github: Kal and Tapku Library - I went with Tapku, however Kal could possibly be just as good or even better (let me know if it is). Tapku is super easy to integrate and offers a bunch of UI components including Coverflow, Progress Bars, Graphs, and importantly in this instance - a Calendar."





✔ Sources: http://developinginthedark.com/posts/iphone-tapku-calendar-markers



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