There are a number of apps that make extensive use of swipe gestures on table view cells, such as the Mailbox App.
Here’s a control from Ali Karagoz inspired by the Mailbox app that allows you to easily set up a swipeable table view cell with customizable operations performed depending on the swipe, and default setups such as swipe to delete.
Animations are performed based on the swipe and you can customize the colors shown when the user performs a specific swipe, and customize the icons.
Here’s an animated image from the readme showing a swipe to delete cell in action:
You can find MCSwipetableViewCell on Github here.
A nice easy way to implement swipe gesture responsive table view cells.
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