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I'm wondering why you chose to use the view controller on iOS app. iPhone typically uses tabs for navigation while Android often makes use of menu (hamburger icon) for navigation. I know I have a hard time with how to deal with a drilled down navigation in a tabbed app but keeping the tabs and making good use of the back button and edit on the right hand ...
Have you considered using a single page design rather than splitting the page into tabs? Without knowing much about the content, does this sound suitable? Single page If designed respectfully with sufficient hierarchy then a user could happily scroll and skim your product page until they hit something that stands out. Then happily scroll again to the next ...
you have to user SliderPageControl https://github.com/honcheng/SliderPageControl-for-iOS/tree/master/SliderPageControl
The general name of this technique is the "Infinite Width" element. According to the Fitts' Law, there are two parameters which affects the time of reaching a target: a distance, and a width: Actually, the tabs in full-screen Chrome have infinite height, so you can use more specific name of the technique: "Infinite Height". Still, the "Infinite ...
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