HcdGuideView make it is easy to add a beautiful guide page in your app.
All you need to do is drop
HcdGuideView files into your project, and add
#include "HcdGuideView.h" to the top of classes that will use it.
The recommended approach for installating
HcdGuideView is via the CocoaPods package manager, as it provides flexible dependency management and dead simple installation. For best results, it is recommended that you install via CocoaPods >= 0.28.0 using Git >= 1.8.0 installed via Homebrew.
If you have not install CocoaPods, you can follow this article to install it.
Change to the directory of your Xcode project:
$ cd /path/to/YourProject $ touch Podfile $ edit Podfile
Edit your Podfile and add HcdGuideView:
Install into your Xcode project:
$ pod install
Open your project in Xcode from the .xcworkspace file (not the usual project file)
$ open YourProject.xcworkspace
Please note that if your installation fails, it may be because you are installing with a version of Git lower than CocoaPods is expecting. Please ensure that you are running Git >= 1.8.0 by executing
git --version. You can get a full picture of the installation details by executing
pod install --verbose.
NSMutableArray *images = [NSMutableArray new]; [images addObject:[UIImage imageNamed:@"1"]]; [images addObject:[UIImage imageNamed:@"2"]]; [images addObject:[UIImage imageNamed:@"3"]]; HcdGuideView *guideView = [HcdGuideView sharedInstance]; guideView.window = self.window; [guideView showGuideViewWithImages:images andButtonTitle:@"立即体验" andButtonTitleColor:[UIColor whiteColor] andButtonBGColor:[UIColor clearColor] andButtonBorderColor:[UIColor whiteColor]];
You can write this in which ViewController you want to show guide pages.
If you find some bugs or you have some suggest, please contact me or post me an issue.Thank you!