thnotestextview

Welcome to the documentation for the THNotesTextView library!

Installation

You can install the THNotesTextView library via CocoaPods. Simply add the following line to your Podfile:

“`ruby
pod ‘THNotesTextView’
“`

Then, run the following command:

“`bash
pod install
“`

Usage

To use THNotesTextView, follow these steps:

  1. Import THNotesTextView in your code file:

“`swift
import THNotesTextView
“`

  1. Create an instance of THNotesTextView and set its frame or constraints:

“`swift
let notesTextView = THNotesTextView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 300, height: 200))
// OR
// let notesTextView = THNotesTextView()
// notesTextView.translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = false
// Add necessary constraints
“`

  1. Add THNotesTextView as a subview to your desired view:

“`swift
yourView.addSubview(notesTextView)
“`

You can also customize the appearance and behavior of THNotesTextView. Please refer to the Customization section for more details.

Customization

You can customize the appearance and behavior of THNotesTextView using the following properties:

  1. placeholder (type: String): The text to display when the notes text view is empty.
  2. titleLabelFont (type: UIFont): The font to use for the title label.
  3. titleLabelTextColor (type: UIColor): The text color of the title label.
  4. notesTextViewFont (type: UIFont): The font to use for the notes text view.
  5. notesTextViewTextColor (type: UIColor): The text color of the notes text view.
  6. notesTextViewBackgroundColor (type: UIColor): The background color of the notes text view.
  7. notesTextViewDelegate (type: THNotesTextViewDelegate?): The delegate object to handle notes text view events. Please refer to the Delegate section for more details.

Delegate

To handle events from THNotesTextView, conform to the THNotesTextViewDelegate protocol:

“`swift
class YourViewController: UIViewController, THNotesTextViewDelegate {
// Your code here
}
“`

Implement the methods of THNotesTextViewDelegate to handle specific events:

  1. func notesTextViewDidBeginEditing(_ textView: THNotesTextView): Called when the user starts editing the notes text view.
  2. func notesTextViewDidChange(_ textView: THNotesTextView): Called when the text in the notes text view changes.
  3. func notesTextViewDidEndEditing(_ textView: THNotesTextView): Called when the user finishes editing the notes text view.

Example

Here’s an example of how you can use THNotesTextView:

“`swift
import UIKit
import THNotesTextView

class ViewController: UIViewController, THNotesTextViewDelegate {

override func viewDidLoad() {
super.viewDidLoad()

let notesTextView = THNotesTextView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 300, height: 200))
notesTextView.placeholder = “Enter your notes here…”
notesTextView.titleLabelFont = UIFont.boldSystemFont(ofSize: 16)
notesTextView.notesTextViewFont = UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 14)
notesTextView.notesTextViewDelegate = self

view.addSubview(notesTextView)
}

func notesTextViewDidBeginEditing(_ textView: THNotesTextView) {
// Handle notes text view begin editing event
}

func notesTextViewDidChange(_ textView: THNotesTextView) {
// Handle notes text view text change event
}

func notesTextViewDidEndEditing(_ textView: THNotesTextView) {
// Handle notes text view end editing event
}
}
“`

License

The THNotesTextView library is released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more details.