A PageCurl provides a way to implement linear navigation between pages of content, such as in a document, book, notepad, or calendar. The PageCurl transition causes pages to curl over as you swipe across the screen, turning like pages in a physical book.


Best practices

When a PageCurl or PageScroll is used, pages flow sequentially and there’s no way to jump between nonadjacent pages. If people may need to access pages out of sequence in your app, implement a custom control that provides this functionality.

How to use

  1. Drop a PageCurl
  2. Use the PageCurl Inspector to customize its curling direction (Style)
  3. Drop 1 or more child Window

PageCurl inspector The inspector where the PageCurl class can be configured.


  • Start adding a PageCurl by tapping the New Navigation button on the Objects Bar

New Navigation

  • Configure the Style property from the inspector
  • Create the PageCurl hierarchy by adding Window child screens
  • For each Window set a different background color
  • Repeat until you have a hierarchy like this
- PageCurl (startup window)
 - Window1
 - Window2
 - Window3
  • Tap Play and swipe to test the pages transition.

Most important properties

Few UI aspects can be configured in the PageCurl class and Style is the most important

  • Style: is the curling direction, horizontal or vertical


PageCurl class reference contains a complete list of properties and methods that can be used to customize a PageCurl object.