I’ve mentioned a few custom stepper components most recently KYStepper which features a unique look and high customizability.
Here’s an open source component submitted by Yohei Okada providing a highly customizable stepper component with a built-in label called PKYSTepper that has a default look that fits right in with standard iOS UI components.
PKYStepper works within storyboards, allows you to toggle the visbility of the increment/decrement buttons, and provides a nice blocks based syntax.
Helper methods are provided for customizing the colors, border, corner radius, and fonts. You can easily set the step intervals, and there are convient callbacks for when the value increments and decrements.
Here’s an image from the readme showing PKYStepper in action:
You can find PKYStepper on Github here.
A nice customizable stepper control.
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