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R.swift screenshot


Get strong typed, autocompleted resources like images, fonts and segues in Swift projects

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KZPushSegue screenshot


This is a custom NSStoryboardSegue to make a nice iOS-like push transition.

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CustomSegue screenshot


Custom segue for OSX Storyboards with slide and cross fade effects using NSViewControllerTransitionOptions

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OHCircleSegue screenshot


An animated segue which expands or contracts depending on if it's transitioning to or from (unwind) a particular view controller. Point of origin for animation can be specified at runtime.

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OctagonTransitioning screenshot


A simple project which demonstrate similar type 3d cube animation - octagon. Octagon transitioning navigation animation between controllers in UINavigationController

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TLAnimatedSegue screenshot


Segue for present controllers with custom animations.

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Cutaway screenshot


Even for moderately complex apps, it soon becomes clear that having a single storyboard file for everything gets unmanageable pretty quickly. As a solution, we can have multiple storyboards and instantiate view controllers manually, yet not having to write code to perform transitions is pretty great. The best of both worlds would be to have segues that can cross storyboard boundaries. Xcode 7 (announced at WWDC 2015) allows just that, but it seems likely that this feature will be limited to iOS 9. If you still need to support iOS 7+, fret not, because now there is Cutaway. The goals for this project are: - The storyboard is the source of truth: all information for segue destinations is available in the storyboard file itself. - No segue subclassing: any segue type can link to a different storyboard (including embed segues, which can't be subclassed). - No child view controllers: the destination view controller you get in a segue is exactly what you expected, not wrapped by any container. - Transparently support unwind segues. Cutaway achieves these, and while not 100% future-proof (it uses method swizzling in the UIStoryboard class), it tries to do this in the least intrusive way possible. Once you're ready to migrate to iOS 9 exclusively, all you need to do is replace the placeholder view controllers with native storyboard references and reconnect your segues.

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BeanTransitionManager screenshot


A Pinterest style segue for expanding UIImageViews into detail views.

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QZCircleSegue screenshot


Custom Segue developed in Swift for transition between circular-shapped buttons and UIViewControllers

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CCMPopup screenshot


Easy to use popup controller transition. It includes a custom segue for easy storyboard connection, or can be called by code with custom modal transition

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GRPushSegue screenshot


A custom NSStoryboardSegue to make a nice iOS-like push transition.

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AFBlurSegue screenshot


Custom UIStoryboardSegue implementation for blurring the background of a modal view controller

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ViewDeckSegues screenshot


Set of segues to use ViewDeck properly within storyboards.

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MHNatGeoViewControllerTransition screenshot


A new 3D Effect ViewController transition inspired by NatGeo (City Guides by National Geographic)

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DCModalSegue screenshot


A custom segue which makes a pushed back modal presenting animation.

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IBCellFlipSegue screenshot


A simple custom segue created to imitate the animation shown on the main menu of the Expedia Hotels & Flight app.

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GC3DFlipTransitionStyleSegue screenshot


iBooks-style 3D flip transition animation rendered in OpenGL ES 2.0 and wrapped in a UIStoryboardSegue subclass.

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CIDoorwaySegue screenshot


CIDoorwaySegue is a port of MFDoorwayTransition to iOS 5's storyboard segues.

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