In the past I’ve mentioned the versatile Tapku library, and how to use that library to create a marked calendar. I’ve also mentioned a calendar component customizable using Three20 stylesheets.
Today I came across a new calendar component that is designed as a beautiful popover fitting well with the design of the native iPad UI Components with the capability for the user to change months, and select a specific date range. The calendar is created using Core Image so you can tweak the code to customize the look, and tweak the size.
Here’s a quick video showing the component in action:
The component is from Oliver Clark Rickard and can be found on Github here.
As it is now it’s a beautiful iPad calendar component as the size is a bit too big for the iPhone, but it could certainly be tweaked to fit.
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