Dasoga Dasoga - 6 months ago 159
Swift Question

Scroll to top UITableView with double tap on UITabBarItem

I want to simulate the behaviour of twitter or instagram in their list:

When double tap in UITabBarItem, the list is scrolling to top. Somebody knows how can I do this?
I have 4 items in my UITabBarController, all of them are list, so I want to do this thing for all.

The problem is when I tap bar item in a push view of mi list, this function calls and detect double tap before get the root view controller of the navigation.

I hope can be clear with my problem.

var previousController: UIViewController?

func tabBarController(tabBarController: UITabBarController, didSelectViewController viewController: UIViewController) {
if previousController == viewController{
if let navVC = viewController as? UINavigationController, vc = navVC.viewControllers.first as? HomeViewController {
vc.tableBusinessList.setContentOffset(CGPointZero, animated: true)
print("same")
}
}else{
print("No same")
}
previousController = viewController
}


The behaviour is no correct.
When I pop the view with the tab bar item, the root view is on cell 0

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Answer

Ok so I think the best way to proceed is to check if the viewController with your tableView is visible, if it isn't, then don't call set content offset.

So:

var previousController: UIViewController?

func tabBarController(tabBarController: UITabBarController, didSelectViewController viewController: UIViewController) {
    if previousController == viewController {
        if let navVC = viewController as? UINavigationController, vc = navVC.viewControllers.first as? HomeViewController {

            if vc.isViewLoaded && vc.view.window) {
                // viewController is visible
                vc.tableBusinessList.setContentOffset(CGPointZero, animated: true)
            }

            print("same")
        }
    }else{
        print("No same")
    }

    previousController = viewController

}