This is a collection of subclasses for UISlider, used to select a value from a continuous range of values. It makes use of blocks to respond to UIControlEvents.

Contains several subclasses of UISlider

  • JOESlider - this is used as a basic slider and a base for more customized implementations
  • JOEStopSlider - uses stops to mark option values the thumb control should “snap” to on touchUp


Open your terminal and run:

git clone git@github.com:iJoeCollins/JOESlider.git

Drag the JOESlider folder into your project.

Then in your .pch file:

#import "JOESlider.h"

Or just import the header files where needed.


Further details and examples are available in the programming guide.


Documentation can be browsed online or installed in your Xcode Organizer via the Atom Feed URL.


It is open source and distributed under the MIT License (MIT). That means you have to mention Joseph Collins as the original author of this code and reproduce the LICENSE text inside your app.

You can purchase a Non-Attribution-License for $100 USD, for not having to include the LICENSE text.

I also accept sponsorship for any specific enhancements you may require. Please contact me via email for inquiries.

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