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Transition

MasterTransitions

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Introduction

MasterTransitions is a library that contains a collection of custom transitions for view controller. It allows you to create a custom transition with just a few lines of code, making the process of creating custom transitions easy and painless for developers.

Requirements

  • iOS 12.0+
  • Xcode 12+
  • Swift 5

Installation

CocoaPods.

To install it, simply add the following lines to your Podfile:

use_frameworks!
pod "MasterTransitions"

Manually

Copy Sources folder to your Xcode project.

Usage

How to use MasterTransitions to create a custom transition:

Navigation and TabBar Controller

Code

In the root view controller or the first view controller:

  1. Get a reference to your Navigation or TabBar Controller
  2. Create a Navigation or TabBar Controller delegate using Navigation or TabBar Controller, transition type and is Interactive as parameters.
  3. Optional: in your delegate object
    • set the transition duration
    • set the transition direction
  4. Your Done!

Navigation Controller

// In the root view  controller
override func viewDidLoad() {
super.viewDidLoad()
// 1-  Get a reference to your Navigation Controller
guard let navigationController = self.navigationController else {
return
}
// 2- Create a Navigation Controller delegate with :
let navigationControllerDelegate = NavigationControllerDelegate.init(navigationController: navigationController, transitionType: .Puzzle1, isInteractive: true)
// 3- Optional: in your delegate object
//     - set the transition duration
//     - set the transition direction
navigationControllerDelegate.duration = 1.4
navigationControllerDelegate.transitionSubType = .LeftToRight
}

TabBar Controller

// In the first view  controller
override func viewDidLoad() {
super.viewDidLoad()
// 1-  Get a reference to your TabBar Controller
guard let tabBarController = self.tabBarController else {
return
}
// 2- Create a tabBar Controller delegate with :
let tabBarControllerDelegate = TabBarControllerDelegate.init(tabBarController: tabBarController, transitionType: .Puzzle1, isInteractive: true)
// 3- Optional: in your delegate object
//     - set the transition duration
//     - set the transition direction
tabBarControllerDelegate.duration = 1.4
tabBarControllerDelegate.transitionSubType = .LeftToRight
}

Interface Builder

if you are using the storyboard only:

  1. Drag an Object from the Object Library to your:

navigation controller scene

      

or

tabBar controller scene

      

  1. In the Custom Class Inspector of the object set its class to:

NavigationControllerDelegate

      

or

TabBarControllerDelegate

      

  1. control-drag from the delegate object to:

the navigation controller and set the outlet to navigationController

      

or

the tabBar controller and set the outlet to tabBarController

      

  1. Optional: In the Attributes Inspector of the delegate object
    • set the Type as transition type
    • set the Sub Type as transition direction
    • set the Duration as transition durtion
    • set Is Interactive
      

Modal Controller

In code

In the source or presenting view controller:

  1. Create or get a reference to your destination controller
  2. set the modal Presentation Style of your destination controller to full screen
  3. Create a Modal Controller delegate using the destination controller and a transition type as parameters.
  4. Optional:
  • make the transition interactive
  • set the transition duration
  • set the transition direction
  1. Your Done!
// In the source or presenting view  controller:
@IBAction func presentViewControllerModally(_ sender: Any) {
// 1- Create your destination Controller
guard let destinationController = storyboard?.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "desVC") as? DestinationViewController else { return }
/* 
or get a reference to your destination controller if you are using prepare for segue function

let destinationController = segue.destination

*/

// 2- set the modal Presentation Style of your destination controller to full screen
destinationController.modalPresentationStyle = .fullScreen
// 3- Create a Modal Controller delegate using the destination controller and a transition type as parameters.
let controllerDelegate = ModalControllerDelegate.init(destinationController: destinationController, transitionType: .Door2)
// 4- Optional:
// - make the transition interactive
// supply a pan gesture if the destination controller view already has a one, if not do not warry about it, the Modal Controller Delegate will create one for you. 
controllerDelegate.addInteractiveToDestinationController(panGesture: nil)
// - set the transition duration
controllerDelegate.duration = 2
// - set the transition direction
controllerDelegate.transitionSubType = .RightToLeft
// - present the destination controller modally
present(destinationController, animated: true, completion: nil)
}

In Interface Builder

if you using the storyboard only:

  1. In the Attributes Inspector of the destination controller set Presentation to Full Screen

  1. Drag an Object from the Object Library to the destination controller scene
      

  1. In the Custom Class Inspector of the object set its class to ModalControllerDelegate
      

  1. control-drag from the delegate object to the destination controller and set the outlet to destinationController
      

  1. Optional: In the Attributes Inspector of the delegate object
  • set the Type as transition type
  • set the Sub Type as transition direction
  • set the Duration as transition durtion

  1. Drag a Pan Gesture Recognizer from the Object Library to the destination controller view.
      

  1. In the Attributes Inspector of the Pan Gesture Recognizer set the Minimum and Maximum Touches to 1

  1. control-drag from the delegate object to the Pan Gesture Recognizer and set the outlet to panGestureForDismissal
      

Example

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

Author

frgallah, frgallah@outlook.com

Transitions

Available Transitions

1. Push 2

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

2. Pull 1

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

3. Swing Door

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

4. Door 2

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • Horizontal
  • Vertical

5. Door 3

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

6. Door 4

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • Horizontal
  • Vertical

7. Door 5

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • Horizontal
  • Vertical

8. Folder 1

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • Horizontal
  • Vertical

9. Book 1

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

10. Cube 1

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

11. Cube 2

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

12. Cube 3

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

13. Blinds 1

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

14. Blinds 2

Transition's Directions as Transition SubType

  • RightToLeft
  • LeftToRight
  • BottomToTop
  • TopToBottom

15. Puzzle 1


Coming soon

















License

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