KTSecretTextView is an attempt to re-create the text view in the app Secret. Its clever designs and heavy use of gestures makes it very intuitive for users to customize their secret texts with textured backgrounds or photos.
More on the creation of this text view here - http://corgitoergosum.net/2014/05/07/good-enough-isnt-replicating-the-secret-ios-app-text-view/.
Add this to your Podfile to use
pod 'KTSecretTextView', '~> 0.0.1'
KTSecretViewController class is a wrapper you can present or push to your view controller stack. The provided sample app simply presents it as a modal as shown below.
KTSecretViewController to imports:
Presenting the view controller on the tap of a button:
KTSecretViewController *secretVC = self.secretViewController; UINavigationController *navigationController = [[UINavigationController alloc] initWithRootViewController:secretVC]; [self presentViewController:navigationController animated:YES completion:nil];
To capture outputs from
KTSecretTextView, vend for a delegate:
@interface KTSecretTextViewSampleViewController ()< KTSecretViewControllerDelegate >
And implement the delegate method which provides a convenient snapshot view containing the edited background and text, as well as the actual attributed string and processed background image. You can make a
UIImage from the snapshot view and save it as needed.
- (void)secretViewController:(KTSecretViewController*)vc secretViewSnapshot:(UIView*)snapshotView backgroundImage:(UIImage*)backgroundImage attributedString:(NSAttributedString*)attributedString
Read my post on how the Text View was built.
##Credits The following Pods are used:
KTSecretTextView is available under the MIT license.
##Feedback File an issue or pull request. Or ping me at @kenshin03.