Expressive Regulator for Smart Home Devices
Our company brings to your notice a new regulator based on our plugin and named AGVolumeControlView. Free, lightweight, open-source, this plugin doesn't require extra lines of code and can be easily integrated into your project. We’re sure, AGVolumeControlView will make your application more efficient and intuitive.
What is AGVolumeControlView?
AGVolumeControlView is a regulator of any controllable parameter, such as volume, brightness, speed or another similar characteristic.
The visual display of this controller can be easily customized. One has a possibility to choose colors, the gradient style, and background according to the wishes.
How to use?
You're free to take full advantage of AGVolumeControlView in any case when it is appropriate to use a controller of this type. For example, you can connect our regulator to a player or other smart house device to control the level of a particular characteristic, whether it's brightness, height, volume, etc. It will make the whole process more simple, visual and understandable.
Such a regulator is not only easy-to-use but also expressive, which means attraction of extra attention. That's why it can even become another competitive advantage. Undoubtedly, AGVolumeControlView is a descriptive tool for the effective regulation of various parameters.
To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first. You can also see an example :
Just bind AGVolumeControl as an outlet to your ViewController:
@IBOutlet weak var volumeControl: AGVolumeControl!
And start playing your control!
If you want to customize the color, the gradient, and other parameters, use the code below:
open var thumbRadius: CGFloat open var customBackgroundColor : UIColor open var volumeControlSliderColor : UIColor open var decibelsLevel : CGFloat open var hueStart : CGFloat open var hueEnd : CGFloat open var minimumValue: CGFloat open var maximumValue: CGFloat open var thumbColor: UIColor open var gradientMaskColor: UIColor
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