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RetroPod - The original iPod, on your iPhone

RetroPod

RetroPod is a simulation of the original iPod for iPhone and iPod touch originated by Johannes Lechner.
It was crafted with much love and care for details and is now available under the GPL.

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Backstory
Contact

Installation

Open with Xcode, change the provisioning info (if necessary) and run it on your iPhone.

Features

  • Navigate your songs by album, artist, genre and more
  • Fast forward/rewind and skimming
  • Working battery indicator
  • Backside with custom engraving and real-time mirror

Hacking Ideas

  • Recreate the Breakout Game
  • Add an about screen
  • Integrate with MPNowPlayingInfoCenter, i.e. have the RetroPod app icon showing in the multitasking UI.
  • Allow browsing of your contacts
  • Recreate the calendar

Code Structure

This quick overview should be enough to get you started on writing your own extensions.

PodViewController

This class integrates all the pieces (which are explained later on).

First, a stack of Content is maintained, similar to the UIViewController stack managed by a UINavigationController:
- (void)pushContent:(Content *)content animate:(BOOL)a;
- (void)popContentAnimate:(BOOL)a toRoot:(BOOL)r;
PodViewController is responsible for presenting the right Controller based on the Content subclass passed.

Second, it dispatches ScollWheelView events (e.g. Prev, Next, etc.) to the currently active controller.

Third, it creates a Menu instance for the main menu with MenuItems, which in turn can also contain Menus. It then pushes a MenuController responsible for displaying this main menu on the stack.

Model

Content subclasses model the different screen types available in RetroPod.
Current subclasses are Player (displaying the currently played song), MainMenu (root menu) and MediaMenu (list of songs).

Menu subclasses display a list of MenuItems.

Controller

PodController subclasses contain the logic of RetroPod.
PodViewController forwards ScollWheelView events to them and calls their activate/deactivate methods before display/after disposal accordingly.

Current subclasses are PlayerController (responsible for controlling music playback and playlist management via MPMusicPlayerController) and MenuController (responsible for coordinating the rendering of Menus and executing the Actions assigned to the MenuItems).

Each PodController can have a parentController to which it can forward events it can't process. This for example allows the Play/Pause button to function (which is implemented in PlayerController), even when a MenuController is currently displayed: The MenuController receives the event, decices that it can't do anything useful with it and then forwards it to its parent.

Display

This group contains subclasses of ContentView analogous to the Content subclasses of the Model group. So for example Player, PlayerView and PlayerController all fit together.

Further it contains DisplayView, which is responsible for animating in the ContentViews in & out.

Action

There can be an Action attached to an MenuItem.
For example a SettingsAction is responsible for changing preferences accordingly.

Back Side

This group contains the implementation of the back side of RetroPod.

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