A set of classes and categories I’ve used to make storyboarding easier for me. Works only on iOS 5 and uses ARC.
This storyboard segue provides a way of pushing a view controller onto a navigation controller without animating it, which isn’t currently catered for.
This storyboard segue provides a way of modally presenting a view controller without animating it, which is also not currently catered for.
`dct_recursivelyEnumerateViewControllersUsingBlock:` This method enumerates through each view controller in the hierarchy using the new iOS 5 childViewControllers property. This is useful when you have a destination view controller in `prepareForSegue:` that is a navigation or tab bar controller (or other custom container view controller) because perhaps you are presenting it modally, but need to get to a specific view controller class.
There are two branches to this repository, master and demo.
The master branch contains the code and should be used if you want to add these extensions as a git submodule in other projects. It will only contain the class files themselves without the Xcode project or example classes. This is preferable as it will keep your directories clean of any code which is unnecessary to your working project.
To add this project as a submodule you should run the following from inside your project’s git repository:
git submodule add git://github.com/danielctull/DCTStoryboarding.git
To keep up to date with the latest changes `cd` into the directory that contains this submodule and pull the newest changes as usual:
git pull origin
This contains an Xcode project that demonstrates the code and is the branch to use to see how to use the code. The demo branch contains a submodule reference to the master branch to bring in the library classes.
To clone the demo branch, while also pulling in any necessary submodules run the following command:
git clone -b demo --recursive git://github.com/danielctull/DCTStoryboarding.git
When changing to the demo branch you will need to run through the following set of commands:
git checkout demo bc. git submodule init bc. git submodule update
After these you will see the example project and the library code will be in a sub-directory.
Sometimes, there may be artefacts left over when switching from demo to master. These are files that are ignored by git and are easily cleaned up by running
git clean -dxf
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