An easy to use and customize replacement to the stock UIActionSheet. A sample project is included. JLActionsheet
Copy contents of the 'Sources' folder to your project
The JLActionSheet can be treated just like you would a UIActionSheet. Initialize it with the title, delegate, cancel title and any other button titles either through the instance initialization or the class helper method.
Code uses ARC and needs the QuartzCore framework
+sheetWithTitle: delegate: cancelButtonTitle: otherButtonTitles:
-initWithTitle: delegate: cancelButtonTitle: otherButtonTitles:
Set the style of the action sheet through the 'style' property of the JLActionSheet. Currently support styles are in the JLActionSheetStyle class and are STEEL, SUPERCLEAN, FERRARI and CLEANBLUE
Block support is available for JLActionSheet. You can set two different block variables, clickedButtonBlock and didDismissBlock. Blocks are given a higher priority since they have to explicitly be set, i.e. when their block gets set it gets called instead of its related delegate method.
(1) When showing from a barbuttonitem your JLActionSheet needs to be an instance variable
If you end up using JLActionSheet in your project shoot me an email and let me know so I can check it out because I think thats cool, JasonLoewy@gmail.com License
The MIT License (MIT) Copyright (c) 2013 Jason Loewy
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