Tab navigation is a very popular scenario among many modern iOS applications, and our brand new TabView control is here to deliver such UI hassle free.
A very popular scenario among almost all modern iOS applications is the tab navigation. Pick any major iOS app and it will have a simple, tab based layout with several buttons that navigate you to a specific screen and are always visible at the top or bottom part of the screen estate. We would like to present you a brand new iOS component that is designed to help you implement such scenarios without hassle.
Introducing TabView for iOS
TabView for iOS is a simple and easy to use component that exposes intuitive API to implement tab-based navigation in your iOS application:
To allow for maximum customization, TabView for iOS exposes API for adjusting layouts and tab position, as well as callbacks for state updates.
TabView has two main layout types:
Scroll: Scroll to see tabs that are not visible on the screen
Overflow: Open a popup containing a list of tabs not visible on the screen
You can also adjust the position of the tabs on the screen relative to the tab content. Four positions are available:
For each position there is the Tab Alignment option that can be used to specify how tabs are aligned vertically or horizontally (depending on the position). Available alignment options are:
We have also prepared a couple of real-life examples of TabView for iOS in our AppStore demo, as well as extensive SDK samples with a lot of simple scenarios. The control documentation is available here: TabView for iOS documentation.
You can learn more about UI for iOS here.
Want to dive right in? Go ahead, experiment with a free trial of TabView for iOS and let us know what you think!
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