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SWBufferedToast is a simple alert-style class for presenting information to the user. An SWBufferedToast can be instantiated with one of three types: 1. Plain Toast - A simple dismissable alert with a title, description and action button. 2. Notice Toast - An non-dismissable alert used to notify the user of an ongoing task. This alert cannot be dismissed by the user, but can be dismissed using a timer or by calling toast.dismiss. 3. Login Toast - A modal login window in the style of a toast. All three alert types have a buffering animation that can be turned on and off as necessary. Additionally, you can supply your own images for this buffering animation.
The intuitive UITableViewController. A UITableViewController subclass designed with efficiency and maintenance in mind, and tries its best to handle just about everything for you. No more if-statements and switches in every table view dataSource and delegate method. No more splitting up all the logic for each row and section into a dozen different methods, making addition, removal, or minor alterations to format and layout a headache. We feel your pain, we know the struggle. Moving one section of cells below another, moving cells between sections, adding new cells to existing sections, etc., with a decently-complex table view can be a nightmare, but with Organic it's as simple as changing the order of objects in an array. Organic allows you to define the sections and which cells they contain all-at-once, and takes care of the rest of the housekeeping for you.
This project was entirely inspired by the beautiful GoSquared Login. It is a really unique and peculiar way to "entertain" the user while a task completes. Using a Gravatar fulfills purposes in a login: it lets the user validate that they have entered their email, and it also provides a more personal experience by welcoming the user to see their account.