UIScrollView scroll to bottom programmatically

By : nico
Source: Stackoverflow.com

How can I make a UIScrollView scroll to the bottom within my code? Or in a more generic way, to any point of a subview?

By : nico


A Swift 2.2 solution, taking contentInset into account

let bottomOffset = CGPoint(x: 0, y: scrollView.contentSize.height - scrollView.bounds.size.height + scrollView.contentInset.bottom)
scrollView.setContentOffset(bottomOffset, animated: true)

This should be in an extension

extension UIScrollView {

  func scrollToBottom() {
    let bottomOffset = CGPoint(x: 0, y: contentSize.height - bounds.size.height + contentInset.bottom)
    setContentOffset(bottomOffset, animated: true)

Note that you may want to check if bottomOffset.y > 0 before scroll

A swifty implementation:

extension UIScrollView {
    func scrollToBottom(animated animated: Bool) {
        if self.contentSize.height < self.bounds.size.height { return }
        let bottomOffset = CGPoint(x: 0, y: self.contentSize.height - self.bounds.size.height)
        self.setContentOffset(bottomOffset, animated: animated)
By : Carl

What if contentSize is lower than bounds?

For Swift it is:

scrollView.setContentOffset(CGPointMake(0, max(scrollView.contentSize.height - scrollView.bounds.size.height, 0) ), animated: true)

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By: admin