TOSegmentedTabBarController

Welcome to the documentation for TOSegmentedTabBarController, a powerful and customizable subclass of UITabBarController for iOS development. This library allows you to easily implement a segmented control tab bar in your iOS app.

Installation

To install TOSegmentedTabBarController, you can use CocoaPods. Simply add the following line to your Podfile:

“`ruby
pod ‘TOSegmentedTabBarController’
“`

Then, run the command `pod install` in your terminal to install the library.

Usage

To use TOSegmentedTabBarController in your iOS app, follow the steps below:

  1. Import the library in your view controller:

“`swift
import TOSegmentedTabBarController
“`

  1. Create an instance of TOSegmentedTabBarController:

“`swift
let segmentedTabBarController = TOSegmentedTabBarController()
“`

  1. Add your view controllers to the tab bar controller:

“`swift
let firstViewController = FirstViewController()
let secondViewController = SecondViewController()

segmentedTabBarController.viewControllers = [firstViewController, secondViewController]
“`

  1. Customize the segmented control appearance (optional):

“`swift
segmentedTabBarController.segmentedControl.tintColor = .red
“`

  1. Set the TOSegmentedTabBarController as the root view controller:

“`swift
window.rootViewController = segmentedTabBarController
“`

  1. Run your app and enjoy the segmented control tab bar!

Customization

TOSegmentedTabBarController provides several customization options to suit your app’s design:

  • backgroundColor: The background color of the tab bar controller.
  • segmentedControl: The segmented control appearance.
  • selectedViewControllerTintColor: The tint color of the selected view controller.
  • unselectedViewControllerTintColor: The tint color of unselected view controllers.

You can customize these properties by accessing them directly on the TOSegmentedTabBarController instance.

Example

Here’s an example of using TOSegmentedTabBarController in your app:

“`swift
import TOSegmentedTabBarController

class MyTabBarController: TOSegmentedTabBarController {
override func viewDidLoad() {
super.viewDidLoad()

let firstViewController = FirstViewController()
let secondViewController = SecondViewController()

viewControllers = [firstViewController, secondViewController]

segmentedControl.tintColor = .purple
selectedViewControllerTintColor = .purple
unselectedViewControllerTintColor = .darkGray
}
}
“`

By subclassing TOSegmentedTabBarController, you can easily customize the appearance and behavior of the segmented control tab bar.

Conclusion

Congratulations! You now have a powerful segmented control tab bar in your iOS app using TOSegmentedTabBarController. Enjoy the flexibility and customization options it offers to enhance your user experience.