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Keyboard add-ons (accessories) and custom keyboards in iOS

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When the standard keyboard is not enough a keyboard accessory is often a good solution. I am talking of the one commonly seen in web apps, allowing the user to go between fields and drop the keyboard. These are extremely easy to add, and require very little code. In your UITextField you need to set the inputAccessoryView. This can take any UIView subclass and will display just like a regular keyboard, all animations are handled for you.