v1.2.2October 19, 2020
v1.2.1April 14, 2020
v1.2December 07, 2019
v1.1December 07, 2019
- Removing unnecessary "expandableSection" array and its use cases
- Clean up the code, rename some delegate methods:
OLD func expandableCell(forSection section: Int, inTableView tableView: ExpyTableView) -> UITableViewCell
OLD func canExpand(section: Int, inTableView tableView: ExpyTableView) -> Bool
🆕 NEW func tableView(tableView: ExpyTableView, expandableCellForSection section: Int) -> UITableViewCell
🆕 NEW func tableView(_ tableView: ExpyTableView, canExpandSection section: Int) -> Bool
👀 see commit "134e83f" for more details.
👌 Support Swift 4.0 #15
Completes #21 and adds abstractions to ExpyTableView class
➕ Add explanations for #12
v0.3.1June 22, 2017
- Delegate methods are unified now. It returns ExpyState instead of ExpyActionType.
- ⚡️ ExpyTableViewHeaderCell protocol is added. If a cell conforms to it, it gets state change updates in the changeState method.
- 🚚 Method named getActionType is removed.
- ExpyState with didExpand and didColapse works more accurate now.(They were being called before the animation completely finished.)
- First cell which is used to generate an expandable header is not being reloaded anymore during the expanding or collapsing animation. Because, this was preventing implementation of independent animations in it. (For example rotating the arrow in header cell.)
- When an expandable cell tapped, its userInteractionEnabled parameter becomes false until the animation is completed.
- ➕ Adding cellReuseStatus to changeState method of ExpyTableViewHeaderCell
- Exposing (expand: section) and (collapse: section) methods.
v0.2.2June 20, 2017
v0.2.1June 20, 2017
v0.2.0June 18, 2017