An example of how to use the new iOS 7 APIs to create custom view controller transitions.
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UIViewController-Transitions-Example

An example of how to use the new iOS 7 APIs to create custom view controller transitions. For more details, read the tutorial.

How to Use

There are three custom transitions:

  • TLTransitionAnimator is a non-interactive transition that presents a new view controller while keeping the presenting view controller on screen (impossible in iOS 6).
  • TLMenuInteractor is an transition that shows how to use interactive and non-interactive transitions together using traditional UIKit animations.
  • TLMenuDynamicInteractor is a transition that shows how to use interactive and non-interactive transitions together using UIKit Dynamics.

Tapping a row in the table view will present a new view controller using the TLTransitionAnimator. Swiping from the left edge of the screen will present an orange menu view controller. Change the USE_UIKIT_DYNAMICS macro in TLMasterViewController.m to switch between TLMenuInteractor and TLMenuDynamicInteractor.

Faux Modal

Menu

License

This software is released under the MIT license.