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Super easy way to use Pull To Refresh and Infinite Scrolling with 1 line of code

Super easy way to use Pull To Refresh and Infinite Scrolling with 1 line of code

AMRefresher

Super easy way to use "Pull To Refresh" and "Infinite Scrolling" with 1 line of code.

AMRefresher

Installation

SwiftyCodeView is available through CocoaPods. To install
it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'AMRefresher'

Or

Copy the AMRefresher folder to your project.

Usage

Adding PullToRefresh and InfiniteScrolling to any UIScrollView is pretty easy:

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()

    //Adding Pull To Refresh
    tableView.am.addPullToRefresh { [unowned self] in
        //Do your heavy job.
        //modify your datasource
        //...
        self.tableView.reloadData() //or insert cells at top of tableView
        self.tableView.am.pullToRefreshView?.stopRefreshing()
    }
 
    //Adding Infinite Scrolling
    tableView.am.addInfiniteScrolling { [unowned self] in
        //Do your heavy job.
        //append to your datasource
        //...
        self.tableView.reloadData() //or insert cells at bottom of tableView
        self.tableView.am.infiniteScrollingView?.stopRefreshing()
    }
}

If you’d like to programmatically trigger the refresh (for instance in viewDidAppear:), you can do so with:

tableView.am.pullToRefreshView?.trigger()

IMPORTANT NOTE

If you want to change the contentInset of the ScrollView, do that BEFORE adding pullToRefresh or infiniteScrolling.

Customization

Both AMPullToRefreshView and AMInfiniteScrollingView have public method

public func setCustomView(_ view: UIView, for state: AM.State)

So you can call this method and pass any UIView you want to show for each state.

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