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Updated 31 August 2020
Flipping Notch is not a framework, it is just an Xcode project, embracing the notch.
1. Put a UICollectionView and constraint it in a ViewController.
The image below shows an example how to constraint it.
2. Add a cell in the UICollectionView.
3. Set up the UICollectionView in the ViewController by conforming to UICollectionViewDataSource.
4. The Notch View
After instantiating the notchView, add it as a subview its parent view. The notchView have a black background and rounded corners. translatesAutoResizingMaskIntoConstraints needs to be set to false because we want to use auto layout for this view rather than frame-based layout. Then, the notchView is constrained to the center of its parent view, with the same width as the notch, a height of (notch height - maximum scrolling offset what we want to give) and a bottom constrained to its parent view topAnchor + notch height.
(notch height - maximum scrolling offset what we want to give)
The result in an iPhone 8:
5. Reacting while scrolling
(Looks clearer in an iPhone 8 what we are trying to do)
the maximum scrolling offset what we want to give
6. Drop the view from the notch
7. Flip it
The animation works as expected only in iPhone X in portrait mode
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