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DTAlertView

Custom alert view solved the ios UIAlertView can't addSubview problem at iOS7.

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DTAlertView

IMPORTANT: UIWindow appearance changed on iOS 8, I cant not fix it on landscape view.

So I will create a new one for iOS8.

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Custom alert view to solved the UIAlertView can't addSubview problem on iOS7.

NEW Feature:

New effect for show and dismiss animations.

  • DTAlertViewAnimationSlideTop

Slide to top

  • DTAlertViewAnimationSlideBottom

Slide to bottom

  • DTAlertViewAnimationSlideLeft

Slide to left

  • DTAlertViewAnimationSlideRight

Slide to right

And also can use different dismiss animation at click different button.

Use different animation

New method -showForPasswordInputWithAnimation: for input password scenario, and animation -shakeAlertView for password error scenario.

Password error

##ATTENTION##

  • This demo code create on Xcode 5.0, but probably have issues on Xcode 4 or less.
  • Demo code use at non-ARC mode, but DTAlertView main class support ARC and non-ARC mode.

##Q & A##

Q: How to hidden status bar when alert presented on iOS 7?

A: Set UIViewControllerBasedStatusBarAppearance to NO in your info.plist, the status bar won't appear again.

##Installation##

  1. Add QuartzCore framework.
  2. Drag the DTAlertView folder into your project.

##Usage##

Import the header file and declare in want to used class.

#import "DTAlertView.h"

###Initializing DTAlertView in your class:###

// initial for class method
DTAlertView *alertView = [DTAlertView alertViewWithTitle:@"Demo" message:@"This is normal alert view." delegate:nil cancelButtonTitle:@"Cancel" positiveButtonTitle:@"OK"];

// inital for instance method
DTAlertView *alertView = [[DTAlertView alloc] initWithTitle:@"Demo" message:@"This is normal alert view." delegate:nil cancelButtonTitle:@"Cancel" positiveButtonTitle:@"OK"];

and you can use Block with alert view:

DTAlertViewButtonClickedBlock block = ^(DTAlertView *_alertView, NSUInteger buttonIndex, NSUInteger cancelButtonIndex){
    // You can get button title of clicked button.
    NSLog(@"%@", _alertView.clickedButtonTitle);
};

DTAlertView *alertView = [DTAlertView alertViewUseBlock:block title:@"Demo" message:@"This is normal alert view with block." cancelButtonTitle:@"Cancel" positiveButtonTitle:nil];

###Show & dismiss:###

Show alert view:

[alertView show];

Dismiss alert view:

[alertView dismiss];

##Install Code Snippet## Copy codesnippet files under Code Snippet folder to ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/UserData/CodeSnippets/.

  • If your Xcode is opened, please quit Xcode and reopen Xcode

You can find code snippet at there.

Code Snippet

Or use key word DTAlertViewButtonClickedBlock or DTAlertViewTextDidChangeBlock.

Key Word

##Inatall Document Set##

###USE Xcode Documentation Viewer### Copy com.darktt.DTAlertView.docset file under Docset folder to ~/Library/Developer/Shared/Documentation/DocSets/.

  • If your Xcode is opened, please quit Xcode and reopen Xcode

You can find it in Documentation Viewer.

###Use Dash### Add com.darktt.DTAlertView.docset file under Docset folder on Dash preferences.

Dash preferences

##License## Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
software distributed under the License is distributed on an
"AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND,
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