Here’s an open source component providing a customizable slider with markers set at specified values called JMMarkSlider.
JMMarkSLider allows you to easily set two different colors to show whether values are selected or unselected, and allows you to set mark positions, color and width like in this code example from the readme:
self.firstSlider.markColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:1 alpha:0.5];
self.firstSlider.markPositions = @[@10,@20,@30,@40,@50,@60,@70,@80,@90,@100];
self.firstSlider.markWidth = 1.0;
self.firstSlider.selectedBarColor = [UIColor grayColor];
self.firstSlider.unselectedBarColor = [UIColor blackColor];
You can find JMMarkSlider on Github here.
A nice library for creating customized sliders with markings.
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