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Bartinter

Status bar apperance manager that make your status bar readable by dynamically changing it's color depending on content behind.

Installation

Add

pod 'Bartinter'

to your podfile, and run pod install

Usage

Set "View controller-based status bar appearance" (UIViewControllerBasedStatusBarAppearance) to YES in your Info.plist. Set ViewController's updatesStatusBarAppearanceAutomatically = true

That's it.

Swizzling

By default, bartinter swizzles a couple methods for your convenience. (see: UIKitSwizzling.swift) If you are not ok with method swizzling, you can disable it by following line:

Bartinter.isSwizzlingEnabled = false

Without swizzling you need to do some things manually:

Firstly, you need to provide childViewControllerForStatusBarStyle, in your ViewController subclass just add following:

override var childViewControllerForStatusBarStyle: UIViewController? {
    return statusBarUpdater
}

Secondly, you need to decide, when you need to refresh status bar style, for example on tableView scroll, so add:

func scrollViewDidScroll(_ scrollView: UIScrollView) {
    statusBarUpdater?.refreshStatusBarStyle()
}
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