The iPhone UITableView is an extremely versatile component, but one question that I’ve been asked and seen pop up time and time again is how to allow the user to simply drag and move cells – without the delete button showing up, cells being shifted, and other options presented to the user.
This library makes this easy by simply allowing the user can simply drag and move any cell without using edit mode at all. This is very useful if you want to create a custom type tableview like in the Clear app where Apple’s UITableview edit mode really doesn’t make sense.
Here’s a video showing the library in action:
The library is FMMoveTableView from Florian Mielke and can be found on Github here.
If you’re looking to further emulate gesture responsive tableviews in the Clear app you can check out this previously mentioned library here.
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