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Screencast: UIStepper

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I’ve recorded a screencast on UIStepper, a new UIKit control that’s been added to iOS 5.

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Written by cwalcott

October 20th, 2011 at 3:50 pm

Posted in iOS 5

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6 Responses to 'Screencast: UIStepper'

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  1. how would you put a stepper into the right hand side of each cell in a uitableview? Can you point me to any examples?

    Thanks, this is very good.

    Phil

    phil

    28 Oct 11 at 1:53 am

  2. I would just add the stepper as a subview of the cell, positioned to be on the right side.

    cwalcott

    2 Nov 11 at 3:23 pm

  3. Hello,

    How would I be able to make one step +4 instead of +1.

    Thanks, videos is very good.

    Seb

    Seb

    25 Nov 11 at 11:27 pm

  4. Hi Seb, to make the stepper go up by 4, just select edit the xib file, select the stepper, go the Attributes inspector (the fourth tab in the right sidebar) and change the “Step” setting from 1 to 4.

    cwalcott

    8 Dec 11 at 11:35 am

  5. Thanks for that!

    Seb

    12 Dec 11 at 2:08 am

  6. You’re tutorial was so clear that even a complete noob was able to follow it. Thanks!

    Patrick Rauland

    23 Feb 12 at 12:25 pm

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