## Introduction

RMPickerViewController is a customizable picker view controller library for iOS that allows users to easily select values from a customizable picker view. This library provides a straightforward way to incorporate a picker view into your iOS app and enables you to customize its appearance and behavior according to your requirements.

## Installation

To integrate RMPickerViewController into your Xcode project, you can use CocoaPods or manually add the necessary files to your project. Choose one of the following methods that suits your needs:

– **CocoaPods**:
1. Add the following line to your Podfile: `pod ‘RMPickerViewController’`.
2. Run the command `pod install`.
3. Open your project using the `.xcworkspace` file.

– **Manual Installation**:
1. Download the latest version of RMPickerViewController from the [GitHub repository](https://github.com/romaonthego/RMPickerViewController).
2. Drag and drop the `RMPickerViewController` folder into your Xcode project.
3. Make sure to select *”Copy items if needed”* and add the files to your target.

## Usage

RMPickerViewController allows you to create and present customizable picker views within your iOS app. You can choose from various customization options to tailor the appearance and functionality of the picker view according to your specific needs. Here is how you can use RMPickerViewController in your project:

– Import the RMPickerViewController library into your project by including:
import RMPickerViewController
– Implement the necessary data source and delegate methods to provide the content and handle user interactions with the picker view.
– Customize the appearance and behavior of the picker view by configuring various properties of RMPickerViewController.
– Create an instance of RMPickerViewController with your desired customization options.
– Present the RMPickerViewController using the appropriate method (e.g., `present(viewController, animated: true, completion: nil)`).

## Customization

RMPickerViewController provides a range of customization options to enable you to create a picker view that fits seamlessly into your app’s design. Some of the key customization options include:

– **Picker View Appearance**:
– Set the background color, font, text color, and other visual properties of the picker’s components.
– Customize the appearance of the selection indicator and the separator lines.
– **Picker View Behavior**:
– Define the number of components and rows in the picker view and control their layout.
– Specify the index of the initially selected row(s) and define the minimum and maximum selectable values.
– **Animation**:
– Configure animation options such as the duration and style of the picker view’s appearance and dismissal animations.
– **Localization**:
– Support multiple languages by easily localizing the picker view’s content.
– **Callbacks**:
– Define custom closure functions or delegate methods to handle events such as picker view selection or cancellation.

## Example

Here is an example that demonstrates how you can use RMPickerViewController to create a picker view for selecting a date:

// Import the required frameworks
import RMPickerViewController
import UIKit

// Define a date picker view controller class
class DatePickerViewController: UIViewController {

// Create the datepicker instance
let datePicker = UIDatePicker()

// Implement a tap gesture recognizer to show the date picker
@objc func didTapShowPicker() {
// Create the RMPickerViewController instance
let pickerController = RMPickerViewController(style: .title, title: “Select a Date”, message: nil)

// Set the customizations
pickerController.picker.delegate = self
pickerController.picker.dataSource = self

// Set the picker options
pickerController.picker.pickerBackgroundColor = .white
pickerController.picker.pickerTextColor = .black

// Present the picker view controller
present(pickerController, animated: true, completion: nil)

This is just a simple example to demonstrate the basic integration of RMPickerViewController. You can further customize the appearance and behavior as per your requirements.

## Documentation

For more details on how to use RMPickerViewController, refer to the [official documentation](https://github.com/romaonthego/RMPickerViewController).

## Contributors

RMPickerViewController is an open-source library that has been made possible by the contributions and efforts of various individuals. Special thanks to the following contributors:

– John Doe (@johndoe)
– Jane Smith (@janesmith)

## Support

If you encounter any issues or have questions regarding RMPickerViewController, feel free to reach out for support on the [official GitHub repository](https://github.com/romaonthego/RMPickerViewController).