Latest 1.1.4
Homepage https://github.com/quentinhayot/QHCarouselCalendar
License MIT
Platforms ios 7.0, requires ARC
Dependencies iCarousel, UIView+Rounded
Authors

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A cool calendar based on Nick Lockwood‘s iCarousel.

QHCarouselCalendar

Installation

Cocoapods

Add this to your Podfile:

pod 'QHCarouselCalendar'

Run a pod install and import the header where you need it:

#import <QHCarouselCalendar.h>

Usage

Initialization

YourViewController.h
#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
#import <QHCarouselCalendar.h>

@interface YourViewController : UIViewController <QHCarouselCalendarDataSource, QHCarouselCalendarDelegate>
@property (strong, nonatomic)QHCarouselCalendar *calendar;
@end
YourViewController.m
    self.calendar = [[QHCarouselCalendar alloc] initWithFrame:someFrame]; // someFrame is the frame that you want to give to your calendar. Most likely self.view.frame
    self.calendar.dataSource = self;
    self.calendar.delegate = self;
    [self.view addSubview:self.calendar];

Data Source

QHCarouselCalendarDataSource
REQUIRED: View For Calendar

This method is called to get the view for each day. (Think about cellForRowAtIndexPath from UITableViewController)

  -(UIView*)viewForCalendar:(QHCarouselCalendar*)calendar forDate:(NSDate*)date withSuperviewFrame:(CGRect)frame reusingView:(UIView*)view;
OPTIONAL: Special dates

This method allows to flag a specific date as "special". It will have a different look on the day part of the calendar.

  -(BOOL)calendar:(QHCarouselCalendar*)calendar isDateSpecial:(NSDate*)date;

Delegate

QHCarouselCalendarDelegate
OPTIONAL: The selected date has changed
-(void)calendar:(QHCarouselCalendar*)calendar didChangeSelectedDate:(NSDate*)date;
OPTIONAL: Specify custom attributes for the calendar (possible attributes are listed below)
-(NSDictionary *)QHCarouselCalendarAttributesForCalendar:(QHCarouselCalendar*)calendar; 

Attributes

To change the calendar’s behavior and/or look and feel, you need to implement the following delegate’s method:

-(NSDictionary *)QHCarouselCalendarAttributesForCalendar:(QHCarouselCalendar*)calendar{
    return @{
             QHCarouselCalendarContentCarouselBackgroundColor : [UIColor clearColor],
             QHCarouselCalendarDayCarouselBackgroundColor : [UIColor colorWithRed:0 green:0 blue:0 alpha:0.2],
             QHCarouselCalendarMonthCarouselBackgroundColor : [UIColor colorWithRed:0 green:0 blue:0 alpha:0.5],
             QHCarouselCalendarYearCarouselBackgroundColor : [UIColor colorWithRed:0 green:0 blue:0 alpha:1],
             QHCarouselCalendarYearCarouselHeight : [NSNumber numberWithFloat:0.0f]
             ... // and any other property that you want to customize (see below)
             };
} 

The customizable properties are:

Sizes
(float) QHCarouselCalendarYearCarouselHeight

The height of the Year part of the calendar. Set it to 0.0f if you don’t want to show years.

(float) QHCarouselCalendarMonthCarouselHeight

The height of the Month part of the calendar. Set it to 0.0f if you don’t want to show months.

(float) QHCarouselCalendarDayCarouselHeight

The height of the Day part of the calendar.

Colors
(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarYearCarouselBackgroundColor

The background color of the Year part of the calendar.

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarMonthCarouselBackgroundColor

The background color of the Month part of the calendar.

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayCarouselBackgroundColor

The background color of the Day part of the calendar.

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarContentCarouselBackgroundColor

The background color of the Content part of the calendar.

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemTodayBackgroundColor

The color used to hilight today’s date on the Day part of the calendar

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemSelectedBackgroundColor

The color used to hilight the selected date on the Day part of the calendar

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemSpecialBackgroundColor

The color used to hilight dates marked as "special" on the Day part of the calendar. (see the Data Source)

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemTodayBorderColor

The border color of today’s date on the Day part of the calendar

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemSelectedBorderColor

The border color of the selected date on the Day part of the calendar

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemSpecialBorderColor

The border color of "special" dates on the Day part of the calendar. (see the Data Source)

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarYearItemFontColor

The font color used for the Years

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarMonthItemFontColor

The font color used for the Months

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemNameFontColor

The font color used for the Days names

(UIColor*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemNumberFontColor

The font color used for the Days numbers

Fonts
(UIFont*) QHCarouselCalendarYearItemFont

The font used for the Years

(UIFont*) QHCarouselCalendarMonthItemFont

The font used for the Months

(UIFont*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemNameFont

The font used for the Days names

(UIFont*) QHCarouselCalendarDayItemNumberFont

The font used for the Days numbers

Carousel type
(iCarouselType) QHCarouselCalendarContentCarouselType

The type of the Carousel for the Content part of the calendar.
Please refer to iCarousel’s documentation for the possible types.
KNOWN ISSUE: Some carousel types can behave strangely with this calendar.

Credits

This class is heavily based on Nick Lockwood‘s great iCarousel.

Latest podspec

{
    "name": "QHCarouselCalendar",
    "version": "1.1.4",
    "summary": "A cool calendar based on iCarousel",
    "homepage": "https://github.com/quentinhayot/QHCarouselCalendar",
    "license": {
        "type": "MIT",
        "file": "LICENSE"
    },
    "authors": {
        "Quentin Hayot": "[email protected]"
    },
    "source": {
        "git": "https://github.com/quentinhayot/QHCarouselCalendar.git",
        "tag": "1.1.4"
    },
    "platforms": {
        "ios": "7.0"
    },
    "source_files": "QHCarouselCalendar/QHCarouselCalendar",
    "requires_arc": true,
    "dependencies": {
        "iCarousel": [
            "~> 1.8.1"
        ],
        "UIView+Rounded": [
            "~> 0.1.4"
        ]
    }
}

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