Colored ListView

Colored ListView

Released 5 years ago , Last update 5 years ago

Colored ListView is a simple and flexible list view inspired by the successful Clear app that can be navigated and managed quickly using gestures. Includes 7 customizable color schemes.

Keep it simple!

Simple, Flexible, Customizable

  • Easy to integrate. Just couple of lines of code.
  • Exclusive 7 customizable color themes.
  • Create your own color themes in minutes.
  • Flexible interface using gesture recognizers to manage list view.
  • Universal support. (Both iPhone and iPad are supported)
  • Includes demo app XCode Project
  • Supports iOS 4.0+ as base SDK.
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Single App License

  • Perpetual license

  • 1 application

  • Can distribute binary products only

  • Commercial use

  • 6 months support


Developer License

  • Perpetual license

  • Unlimited projects

  • Can distribute code and binary products

  • Commercial use

  • 6 months support

Usage Guide

  • Swipe left to delete item.
  • Swipe right to complete item.
  • Swipe left completed item to delete permanently.
  • Swipe right completed item to mark as undo.
  • Scroll down to add new item.
  • Double Tap to edit item.
  • Tap to select item.
  • Long press to move item within list view.

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Installation Guide

1. Copy CListView folder into your project's XCode files view

2. Include CListView header file to your viewController.

#import "CListView.h"

3. Add delegate to header file of your viewController.

@interface ViewController : UIViewController  {


4. Init CListView class in your viewController with array and editing mode

Set editingMode YES to enable all gesture functions of your list view. If you are going to use it read only; set editingMode NO.

CListView *cListView = [[CListView alloc] initWithFrame:self.view.frame];

[cListView setItems:[[NSMutableArray alloc] initWithObjects:@"First Item", @"Second Item", @"Third Item", @"Fourth Item", nil]];

[cListView setEditable:TRUE];       

cListView.delegate = self;

[self.view addSubview:_clistView];

5. Add delegate methods

- (void)listItemSelected:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem {

- (void)listItemDeleted:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem {

- (void)listItemAdded:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem {

- (void)listItemMarked:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem {

- (void)listItemUnMarked:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem {

- (void)listItemMoved:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem fromIndex:(NSInteger)_fromIndex toIndex:(NSInteger)_toIndex {

- (void)listItemEditingEnded:(CListViewItem *)_clistViewItem {
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  • SN Sangwoo Nam 4 years ago
    So this is basically just the source code for the Clear app? Could I use this as a standalone application?
    • Mos IT Ltd. Publisher 4 years ago
      Hello Sangwoo, This component is inspired by the Clear app, it is not the source code of that app. And yes you can use this component for any standalone application you like.
    • SN Sangwoo Nam 4 years ago
      Would I have to change anything or can I publish the app as is?
  • SS Sudhanshu Srivastava 4 years ago
    How I can download the CListView code?
    • Mos IT Ltd. Publisher 4 years ago
      You have to purchase Colored ListView to download code and full working sample. You can get you money back if it does not meet your needs.
    • SS Sudhanshu Srivastava 4 years ago