Latest 0.9.1
License MIT
Platforms ios 8.0, requires ARC

CI Status
Carthage compatible

This library is inspired by PageMenu


See CHANGELOG for details


Standard mode with flexible item width

Segmented control mode

Infinite mode with fixed item width


  • default page index to show as a first view
    defaultPage: Int
  • scrollEnabled for paging view. Set false in case of using swipe-to-delete on your table view
    scrollEnabled: Bool
  • background color for menu view
    backgroundColor: UIColor
  • background color for selected menu item
    selectedBackgroundColor: UIColor
  • text color for menu item
    textColor: UIColor
  • text color for selected menu item
    selectedTextColor: UIColor
  • font for menu item text
    font: UIFont
  • font for selected menu item text
    selectedFont: UIFont
  • menu position
    menuPosition: MenuPosition

public enum MenuPosition {
case Top
case Bottom

* height for menu view
menuHeight: CGFloat
  • margin for each menu item
    menuItemMargin: CGFloat
  • divider image to display right aligned in each menu item
    menuItemDividerImage: UIImage?
  • duration for menu item view animation
    animationDuration: NSTimeInterval
  • decelerating rate for menu view
    deceleratingRate: CGFloat
  • menu item position
    menuSelectedItemCenter: Bool
  • menu display mode and scrolling mode
    menuDisplayMode: MenuDisplayMode

public enum MenuDisplayMode {
case Standard(widthMode: MenuItemWidthMode, centerItem: Bool, scrollingMode: MenuScrollingMode)
case SegmentedControl
case Infinite(widthMode: MenuItemWidthMode, scrollingMode: MenuScrollingMode) // Requires three paging views at least

public enum MenuItemWidthMode {
case Flexible
case Fixed(width: CGFloat)

public enum MenuScrollingMode {
case ScrollEnabled
case ScrollEnabledAndBouces
case PagingEnabled

if `centerItem` is true, selected menu item is always on center

if `MenuScrollingMode` is `ScrollEnabled` or `ScrollEnabledAndBouces`, menu view allows scrolling to select any menu item
if `MenuScrollingMode` is `PagingEnabled`, menu item should be selected one by one 

* menu item mode
public var menuItemMode = MenuItemMode.Underline(height: 3, color: UIColor.whiteColor(), horizontalPadding: 0, verticalPadding: 0)
public enum MenuItemMode {
    case None
    case Underline(height: CGFloat, color: UIColor, horizontalPadding: CGFloat, verticalPadding: CGFloat)
    case RoundRect(radius: CGFloat, horizontalPadding: CGFloat, verticalPadding: CGFloat, selectedColor: UIColor)
  • number of lazy loading pages
    public var lazyLoadingPage: LazyLoadingPage = .Three
    public enum LazyLoadingPage {
    case One // Currently sets false to scrollEnabled at this moment. Should be fixed in the future.
    case Three


import PagingMenuController to use PagingMenuController in your file.

Using Storyboard

let viewController = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("ViewController") as! ViewController
viewController.title = "Menu title"
let viewControllers = [viewController]

let pagingMenuController = self.childViewControllers.first as! PagingMenuController

let options = PagingMenuOptions()
options.menuHeight = 60
options.menuDisplayMode = .Standard(widthMode: .Flexible, centerItem: true, scrollingMode: .PagingEnabled)
pagingMenuController.setup(viewControllers: viewControllers, options: options)
  • You should add ContainerView into your view controller’s view and set PagingMenuController as the embedded view controller’s class

See PagingMenuControllerDemo target in demo project for more details

Coding only

let viewController = UIViewController()
viewController.title = "Menu title"
let viewControllers = [viewController]

let options = PagingMenuOptions()
options.menuItemMargin = 5
options.menuDisplayMode = .SegmentedControl
let pagingMenuController = PagingMenuController(viewControllers: viewControllers, options: options)


See PagingMenuControllerDemo2 target in demo project for more details

Delegate methods (optional)

pagingMenuController.delegate = self
func willMoveToPageMenuController(menuController: UIViewController, previousMenuController: UIViewController) {

func didMoveToPageMenuController(menuController: UIViewController, previousMenuController: UIViewController) {

Moving to a menu tag programatically

// if you pass a nonexistent page number, it'll be ignored
pagingMenuController.moveToMenuPage(1, animated: true)

Changing PagingMenuController’s option

Call setup method with new options again.
It creates a new paging menu controller. Do not forget to cleanup properties in child view controller.


Swift 2.0+
Xcode 7.3+

Please use 0.8.0 tag for Swift 1.2



PagingMenuController is available through CocoaPods. To install
it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

source ''
platform :ios, '8.0'

pod "PagingMenuController"

Then, run pod install

In case you haven’t installed CocoaPods yet, run the following command

$ gem install cocoapods


PagingMenuController is available through Carthage.

To install PagingMenuController into your Xcode project using Carthage, specify it in your Cartfile:

github "kitasuke/PagingMenuController"

Then, run carthage update

You can see Carthage/Build/iOS/PagingMenuController.framework now, so drag and drop it to Linked Frameworks and Libraries in General menu tab with your project.
Add the following script to New Run Script Phase in Build Phases menu tab.

/usr/local/bin/carthage copy-frameworks

Also add the following script in Input Files


In case you haven’t installed Carthage yet, run the following command

$ brew update
$ brew install carthage


Copy all the files in Pod/Classes directory into your project.


PagingMenuController is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

Latest podspec

    "name": "PagingMenuController-Clickbalance",
    "version": "0.9.1",
    "summary": "A paging view with customizable menu",
    "homepage": "",
    "license": "MIT",
    "authors": {
        "kitasuke": "[email protected]"
    "source": {
        "git": "",
        "tag": "0.9.1"
    "platforms": {
        "ios": "8.0"
    "requires_arc": true,
    "source_files": "Pod/Classes/**/*",
    "resource_bundles": {
        "PagingMenuController": [

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