DMSplitView: Powerful NSSplitView subclass with animated transitions
By Daniele Margutti
DMSplitView is a revisited version of the standard OSX's NSSplitView control.
The e problem with NSSplitView is that some things which should be simple require implementing unintuitive delegate methods, which gets to be pretty annoying.
DMSplitView offer a powerful control over some important settings of NSSplitView such like:
- subview's size and constraint (Specificy uniform, proportional, or priority-based resizing, min/max sizes for subviews)
- dividers positions
- collapsible subviews (specify whether a subview can collapse)
- animatable transitions (both on dividers and subview's sizes)
- control over divider thickness and style
- save/restore state of dividers (using standard's OS X autosave feature)
## Special thanks:
- CocoaWithLove blog for it's work on priority based NSSplitView implementation
- Seth Willits for it's AGNSSplitView implementation.
DMSplitView is available under the MIT license.
Copyright © 2013 Daniele Margutti
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