IQKeyboardManager

IQKeyboardManager

Released 4 years ago , Last update 4 years ago

IQKeyboardManager to manage UIKeyboard and UITextField distance.

Often while developing an app, We ran into an issues where the iPhone UIKeyboard slide up and cover the UITextField/UITextView. You can use IQKeyboardManager to fix all these issues with just few lines of code.

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MIT license

The MIT license is an open-source license.

Installation

Framework:-

Link your project against KeyboardManager.framework found in KeyboardManagerFramework directory. Drag and drop the resource bundle IQKeyboardManager.bundle found in same directory. add -ObjC flag in other linker flag. In your appDelegate.m import #import <KeyboardManager/KeyboardManager.h>. Write just one line of code.

Source Code:-

Just drag and drop IQKeyBoardManager directory from demo project to your project. In your appDelegate.m import #import "IQKeyboardManager.h". Write just one line of code.

Usage

AppDelegate.m

#import "AppDelegate.h"
#import "IQKeyboardManager.h"

@implementation AppDelegate

- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions
{
    //ONE LINE OF CODE.
    //Enabling keyboard manager(Use this line to enable managing distance between keyboard & textField/textView).
    [[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setEnable:YES];

    //(Optional)Set Distance between keyboard & textField, Default is 10.
    //[[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setKeyboardDistanceFromTextField:15];

    //(Optional)Enable autoToolbar behaviour. If It is set to NO. You have to manually create UIToolbar for keyboard. Default is NO.
    [[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setEnableAutoToolbar:YES];

    //(Optional)Setting toolbar behaviour to IQAutoToolbarBySubviews to manage previous/next according to UITextField's hierarchy in it's SuperView. Set it to IQAutoToolbarByTag to manage previous/next according to UITextField's tag property in increasing order. Default is `IQAutoToolbarBySubviews`.
    //[[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setToolbarManageBehaviour:IQAutoToolbarBySubviews];

    //(Optional)Resign textField if touched outside of UITextField/UITextView. Default is NO.
    //[[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setShouldResignOnTouchOutside:YES];

    //(Optional)Giving permission to modify TextView's frame. Default is NO.
    //[[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setCanAdjustTextView:YES];

    //(Optional)Show TextField placeholder texts on autoToolbar. Default is NO.
    [[IQKeyboardManager sharedManager] setShouldShowTextFieldPlaceholder:YES];

    [self.window makeKeyAndVisible];
    return YES;
}

Features

1) Support Device Orientation.

2) Enable/Disable Keyboard Manager when needed with enable boolean.

3) Easiest integration.

4) AutoHandle UIToolbar as a accessoryInputView of textField/textView with enableAutoToolbar boolean.

5) AutoHandle UIToolbar can be manged by superview's hierarchy or can be managed by tag property of textField/textView using toolbarManageBehaviour enum.

6) UIView Category for easily adding Next/Previous and Done button as Keyboard UIToolBar, even automatic with enableAutoToolbar boolean.

7) Enable/Disable Next/Previous buttons with Category methods, even automatic with enableAutoToolbar boolean.

8) Set keyboard distance from textFields using keyboardDistanceFromTextField.

9) Resign keyboard on touching outside using shouldResignOnTouchOutside.

10) Manage UITextView's frame when it's hight is too large to fit on screen with canAdjustTextView boolean.

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  • J Jeev 3 years ago
    Great Works perfectly!! Thanks