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Presentation helps you to make tutorials, release notes and animated pages. Looking for the easiest way of presenting something in your iOS app? Then you are in the right place. Presentation will help you to make your tutorials, release notes and any kind of animated pages with the minimum amount of effort. Presentation includes the following features: * Custom positioning: you can use Position for percentage-based position declaration. * Content: View model used for custom positioning and animations. It translated your percents to AutoLayout constraints behind the scene. * Slides: You can use any kind of UIViewController as a slide. * SlideController is your good friend if you want to use custom positioning and animation features on your pages. * Background: You can add views that are visible across all the pages. * Also it's possible to animate those views during the transition to the specific page. * Animations: You can easily animate the appearance of a view on the specific page. * Presentation works both on the iPhone and the iPad. You can use it with both Swift and Objective-C.
URBNAlert is a customizable alert view based off of iOS's UIAlertController. UIAlertController was a great improvement over UIAlertView, but you still cannot apply custom fonts, colors, or other styles to the alerts. URBNAlert gives you that flexability. You can also pass custom UIView's into a URBNAlert, and create passive alerts with no buttons that dismiss after a period of time.
MALoggingViewController is a real-time pseudo-console you can embed in your application, perfect for testing and debugging in the real world. Whether you are determining the reliability of network traffic while driving through areas with poor service, testing push notifications on ad-hoc builds while not connected to Xcode, or working out those pesky Core Location bugs, there's no need to carry around half of your development environment with you. No more driving around town with the Xcode console open, or having to handle logging to files and emailing them later to figure out what the heck happened - you can see all the data on your device, anywhere, in real time.
SCStackViewController is a generic container view controller which allows you to stack child view controllers on the top/left/bottom/right of the root and build custom transitions between them while providing correct physics and appearance calls, custom layouts, easing functions, custom navigation steps and more.
CLFContainerViewController makes it much easier to create custom container view controllers. With this class, you can create container view controllers whose children occupy the entire bounds of the container. For example, your subclass could mimic a UINavigationController, a UITabBarController, or a UIPageViewController, though you are certainly not limited to recreating already existing containers. The view controller hierarchy, the view hierarchy, and the view appearance calls are all managed by the base class, so you won't have to worry about any of those details when creating your custom container class. Instead, you can focus on how your container will look and act.
MBPullDownController, an iOS container view controller for pullable scroll view interfaces. MBPullDownController accepts two view controllers, which it presents one above the other. The front view controller is configured to accept a pull interaction which it utilizes to show or hide back view controller.