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- Simplifies UIViewController instantiation using only the controller StoryboardID. - Check the existence of a UIViewController in the project with the controller StoryboardID - Return list name (file name) of Storyboard in project - Return list name (StoryboardID) of UIViewController in project - Return list id of external storyboard reference for specific Storyboard - Return entry point for specific Storyboard
KSFacebookButton is a simple custom button which look exactly the same as FBSDKLoginButton. The problem with FBSDKLoginButton is that it do not allow any customisation on the look and feel of the button. With KSFacebookButton you can change the title, width and height or even corner radius of the button easily.
PMSuperButton is a powerful UIButton coming from the countryside, but with super powers! 😎 A easy way to create custom and complex buttons with custom attributes, directly added to the iOS Interface Builder, very easy to integrate in every project! The library allow you to use all the features of standard UIButton with a lot of new cool features, customizable from Storyboard or from code. Top 100 Coolest Super Powers: - Edit everything directly from storyboard or code 😏 - Change border color, width - Customize the corner radius - Set a gradient background - Edit everything about the shadows: color, opacity, offset - Animations when the button is highlighted 🤗 - Animations when the button is selected - Ripple tap effect, where you can edit ripple color and ripple speed (like a Google Material button) 😮 - Toggle functionality - Image View content mode and alpha - Touch up inside closure 🤠 - Loader 🤜🤛 - and many more
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.
Movies is a collection of a few UI/UX ideas that came up whilst developing an iOS app called Wattmo (http://wattmo.com). You'll find tableviews, details pages, collection views, cool loading animations and lots of utility classes as well. (I'll let you explore and dig out what you like/need) I thought it'd be nice to share some of these ideas. You guys have fun with it!