iOS Checklist Interface

iOS Checklist Interface

Released 6 years ago , Last update 6 years ago

An iOS Checklist Interface for iPad which can be used as a base for creating your own dynamic checklists.

An iOS Checklist Interface for iPad. Use this template as a base for creating your own dynamic checklists.

Features Include:

  • An easy to use interface for checklists
  • Dynamic scrolling checklist interface for unlimited checkboxes
  • Total counts for each checklist items

A great checklist interface for your next project.

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$9.99

Single-App License

  • Perpetual license

  • 1 application

  • Can distribute binary products only

  • Commercial use

  • 1 month support

How to use Checklist Interface

The project was built in xcode 4.3.2 and compiles for iOS 3.2 and later. It is built for the iPad.

Source Code Files

Included in the top level folder you will find

  • Checklist.xcodeproj
  • Checklist (Folder containing project files)
  • Checklist Files (Folder containing all files relevant to the Checklist)

Relevant Checklist Files

Opening Checklist.xcodeproj you will see a simple example project incorporating the files in the folder "Checklist Files"

This includes:

  • ChecklistViewController.h
  • ChecklistViewController.m
  • ChecklistViewController.xib
  • nameCheck.h
  • nameCheck.m
  • checklistItemCheck.h
  • checklistItemCheck.m
  • TotalLabel.h
  • TotalLabel.m
  • CheckButton.h
  • CheckButton.m
  • checked.png
  • unchecked.png

The class "ChecklistViewController" is a subclassed UIViewController class, when displayed, shows the checklist.

The class "nameCheck" is a subclassed NSObject with relevant variables

The class "checklistItemCheck" is a subclassed NSObject with relevant variables

The class "TotalLabel" is a subclassed UILabel with relevant variables and functions

The class "TotalLabel" is a subclassed UIButton with relevant variables and functions

Using the checklist

Going through the ChecklistViewController files (.h .m and .xib) will show you how this checklist is built. Relevant comments are present within the source code.

Copy the folder "Checklist Files" into your own project. Now from wherever you want to use the Checklist simply import "ChecklistViewController.h" and push the initialized object onto your navigationControllers Stack

E.g.

ChecklistViewController *checklist = [[ChecklistViewController alloc]init];
[self.navigationController pushViewController:checklist animated:YES];
[checklist release];
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