The SlideMenuController is written in Objective-C, which is inspired by the SlideMenuControllerSwift.
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SlideMenuControllerOC

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This project is inspired by the popular SlideMenuControllerSwift.It provides someone who just developed and someone who needs to support iOS7 even iOS6. And this poroject will be synchronizes with SlideMenuControllerSwift.

iOS Slide View based on iQON, Feedly, Google+, Ameba iPhone app.

sample


Installation

CocoaPods

pod 'SlideMenuControllerOC'

Manually

Add the SlideMenuController.h and SlideMenuController.m file to your project.


Usage

Setup

Add #import "SlideMenuController.h" in your file

In your app delegate:

- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions {

    // create viewController code...
        
    SlideMenuController *slideMenuController = [[SlideMenuController alloc] initWithMainViewController:nvc leftMenuViewController:leftViewController rightMenuViewController:rightViewController];
    self.window.rootViewController = slideMenuController;
    [self.window makeKeyWindow];

    return YES;
}

Storyboard Support

  1. Inherit SlideMenuController and put UIViewController in a storyboard.
  2. Override awakeFromNib, then instantiate any view controllers
@implementation ContainerViewController: SlideMenuController

-(void)awakeFromNib {
    UIViewController *controller = [self.storyboard instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier:@"Main"];
    if (controller != nil) {
        self.mainViewController = controller;
    }
    UIViewController *leftMenu = [self.storyboard instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier:@"Left"];
    if (leftMenu != nil) {
        self.leftViewController = controller;
    }
    [super awakeFromNib];
}

@end

If you want to use the custom option, please set them by the instance properties, like so:

Note: This is difference from SlideMenuControllerSwift.

self.slideMenuController.option.leftViewWitdth = 50;
self.slideMenuController.option.contentViewScale = 0.5;
...
    

You can access from UIViewController

self.slideMenuController

or

SlideMenuController *slideMenuController = self.slideMenuController;
if (slideMenuController != nil) {
    // some code
}

add navigationBarButton

[viewController addLeftBarButtonWithImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"hoge"]];
[viewController addRightBarButtonWithImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"hoge"]];

open and close

// Open
[self.slideMenuController openLeft];
[self.slideMenuController openRight];

// close
[self.slideMenuController closeLeft];
[self.slideMenuController closeRight];

You can monitor the menu state by SlideMenuControllerDelegate, something like this

-(void)leftWillOpen;
-(void)leftDidOpen;
-(void)leftWillClose;
-(void)leftDidClose;
-(void)rightWillOpen;
-(void)rightDidOpen;
-(void)rightWillClose;
-(void)rightDidClose;

Requirements

Requires iOS 7.0 and ARC.
If you are developing in the swift and iOS 8.0 and upper, you can use SlideMenuControllerSwift.


Features

  • Highly customizable
  • Complete example

Contributing

Forks, patches and other feedback are welcome.


Creator

SlideMenuControllerOC

Pluto Y - Blog

Sina Weibo

SlideMenuControllerSwift

Yuji Hato

Blog

License

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