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What is WHC_PageViewKit?

WHC_PageViewKit is a powerful and flexible library written in Swift that allows developers to easily implement and customize page view controllers in their iOS applications. It offers a wide range of functionalities and options to create engaging and interactive user experiences.

Key Features

  • Easy integration with existing iOS projects.
  • Support for both horizontal and vertical scrolling.
  • Highly customizable appearance and transition animations.
  • Ability to handle unlimited number of pages.
  • Option to add header and footer views to each page.
  • Support for both single page and continuous scrolling modes.
  • Efficient memory management to handle large data sets.

Getting Started

To get started with WHC_PageViewKit, follow these steps:

  1. Install WHC_PageViewKit via Cocoapods by adding the following line to your `Podfile`:
  2.         pod 'WHC_PageViewKit'
  3. Run `pod install` command in the terminal.
  4. Import WHC_PageViewKit in your Swift file:
  5.         import WHC_PageViewKit
  6. Create an instance of `WHCPageView` and initialize it with your desired configuration. For example:
    let pageView = WHCPageView()
    pageView.pageViewDelegate = self
    pageView.dataSource = self
  8. Implement the required delegate and data source methods to provide content and handle user interactions.
  9. Customize the appearance and behavior of WHC_PageViewKit to suit your specific needs.
  10. Build and run your iOS application.

Advanced Usage

WHC_PageViewKit offers advanced functionalities and customization options to meet the diverse requirements of your application. Some examples include:

  • Implementing custom transition animations for page changes.
  • Using different types of page indicators.
  • Adding header and footer views that appear on each page.
  • Creating nested page views.
  • Handling dynamic content updates efficiently.


For additional information and code examples, refer to the following resources:


WHC_PageViewKit is a versatile library that simplifies the implementation of page view controllers in iOS applications. With its extensive customization options and powerful features, it allows developers to create engaging and interactive user experiences effortlessly.