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Implementation of a "peekable" thumbnail image as shown at the Flag Kickstarter Project



Automatically fills the image view with the image and adjusts "peeking" according to the image size. "Peeking" means: remaining potions of the image will be scrolled to the visible view area as you tilt your phone.

Build and run the sample app to see it in action.


    // Load image
    UIImage *image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"myImage.jpg"];

// Setup "peekable" image view
RCCPeakableImageView *view = [[RCCPeakableImageView alloc] initWithFrame:frame];
view.image = image;

// Optinally add somme default "peek" 
// this prevents the image from beeing static
// even if it fits perfectly inside the view bounds
view.padding = CGPointMake(20.0f, 20.0f);


  • iOS 7.0
  • ARC


All images used in the sample app found at Unsplash

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