Our CoreTextWrapper project in Github is certainly popular! Many developers have told us that they find it easier to approach Core Text using it, providing an easy learning path, showing the key concepts with an easy-to-use example.
Some developers have gone the extra mile, though: we have kindly received two enhancements for the project!
- Jared Crawford contributed support for shadows in AKOCustomFontLabel back in March.
- Today, Christian Menschel from tapwork.de contributed the AKOMultiColumnTextViewDataSource protocol to add custom views in the text columns.
These contributions make the CoreTextWrapper a very interesting option to display rich, multi-column text on your iPad application! Thanks to Jared and Christian for the contributions, and don’t hesitate to send us your pull requests or your changes for us to integrate with the project. We would love to make your code part of this project.