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FTPopOverMenu_Swift

FTPopOverMenu_Swift, swift version of FTPopOverMenu. FTPopOverMenu is a pop over menu for iOS which is maybe the easiest one to use. Supports both portrait and landscape. It can show from any UIView, any UIBarButtonItem and any CGRect.

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FTPopOverMenu

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Swift version of FTPopOverMenu.

FTPopOverMenu

FTPopOverMenu is a pop over menu for iOS which is maybe the easiest one to use, supports both portrait and landscape. It can show from any UIView, any UIBarButtonItem and any CGRect. Simplest APIs, enable you to change the style in one line of code.

somtimes I want to customer every cell, so I seperate the global setting, and cell setting. e.g: my PM want some menu item are show but can't tap for some reason.

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Installation

Manually

  • clone this repo.
  • Simply drag and drop the '/FTPopOverMenu_Swift/FTPopOverMenu.swift' file into your project.

CocoaPods

FTPopOverMenu_Swift is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

  • For Swift 4, please use version <= 0.1.4
  • For Swift 5, please use version >= 0.2.0
  • Big API change at 0.3.0, update at your own risk.
  • version >= 0.4.1 Version, changed the name of framework, from FTPopOverMenu_Swift to FTPopOverMenu
target 'MyApp' do
    pod 'FTPopOverMenu_Swift', '~> 0.1.4'
end

Then run a pod install inside your terminal, or from CocoaPods.app.

Usage

Customize

Do any of the following settings to set the style (Only set the ones you want to change), maybe do this when app starts or when you want it to show a different style, but remember it's global change.

    let configuration = FTConfiguration.shared
    configuration.menuRowHeight = ...
    configuration.menuWidth = ...
    configuration.textColor = ...
    configuration.textFont = ...
    configuration.tintColor = ...
    configuration.borderColor = ...
    configuration.borderWidth = ...
    configuration.textAlignment = ...
    configuration.ignoreImageOriginalColor = ...;
    // set 'ignoreImageOriginalColor' to YES, images color will be same as textColor

From SenderView, Menu Without Images.

        FTPopOverMenu.showForSender(sender: sender,
                                    with: ["Share"],
                                    done: { (selectedIndex) -> () in
                              
                                        print(selectedIndex)
        }) {
            
        }

From SenderView, Menu With Images.

        FTPopOverMenu.showForSender(sender: sender,
                                    with: ["Share"],
                                    menuImageArray: ["iconImageName"],
                                    done: { (selectedIndex) -> () in
                              
                                        print(selectedIndex)
        }) {
            
        }

From SenderFrame/NavigationItem, Menu Without Images.

        FTPopOverMenu.showFromSenderFrame(senderFrame: sender.frame,
                                          with: ["Share"],
                                          done: { (selectedIndex) -> () in
                                            
        }) {
            
        }

From SenderFrame/NavigationItem, Menu With Images.

        FTPopOverMenu.showFromSenderFrame(senderFrame: sender.frame,
                                          with: ["Share"],
                                          menuImageArray: ["iconImageName"],
                                          done: { (selectedIndex) -> () in
                                            
        }) {
            
        }

From barButtonItems .

  • First: add action with event to you barButtonItems
    @IBAction func handleAddBarButtonItem(_ sender: UIBarButtonItem, event: UIEvent) {
        
        FTPopOverMenu.showForEvent(event: event,
                                   with: ["Share"],
                                   menuImageArray: ["iconImageName"],
                                   done: { (selectedIndex) -> () in
        
        }) {
            
        }
    }

CHANGELOG

CHANGELOG

More

  • Swift version of FTPopOverMenu.
  • Logo Designed by @Tobaloidee
  • Images in the demo from https://www.iconfinder.com/iconsets/pokemon-go.
  • If you like it, or maybe wanna use it in your own projects, please give me a star.
  • Looking for another way of doing this? Take a look at my another FTPopMenu at here. It was another way of showing pop over menus, which is wrapped from UIPopoverViewController, and more genetic and more good-looking. Feel free to try it.

License

FTPopOverMenu_Swift is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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