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"name": "TVOSPicker",
"version": "0.0.2",
"summary": "A sweet horizontal picker view controller for tvOS.",
"description": "TVOSPicker\n===\n\nA sweet horizontal picker view controller for tvOS.\n\nDemo\n----\n\n![alt tag](\n\nRequirements\n----\n\n- Swift 3.0+\n- tvOS 9.0+\n\nInstall\n----\n\n```\n# in your tvOS target\nuse_frameworks!\npod 'TVOSPicker'\n```\n\nUsage\n----\n\nThere are two ways to use this library.\n- First one is with traditional ways, create either programmatically or from storyboard, a `TVOSPickerViewController` instance and implement its delegate methods, set `dataSource`, `titleLabel` and `subtitleLabel` texts.\n- Other one is call `presentPicker(title:subtitle:dataSource:initialSelection:onSelectItem)` on your presenting view controller.\n- If your view controller has a navigation controller, than `TVOSPickerViewController` would be pushed by navigation controller and pop after a cancellation or a selection.\n- Otherwise, it would be presented modally over the presenting view controller. So, you should be careful when you call it over an already modally presented view controller. I recommend you to wrap it with a navigation controller if you tend to present a picker from a modally presented view controller.",
"homepage": "",
"license": "MIT",
"authors": {
"cemolcay": ""
"social_media_url": "",
"platforms": {
"tvos": "9.0"
"source": {
"git": "",
"tag": "0.0.2"
"source_files": "TVOSPicker/TVOSPickerViewController.swift",
"requires_arc": true,
"pushed_with_swift_version": "4.0"