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DVSlideViewController is an iOS ViewController, witch allows you to slide view controllers on- and offscreen with a swipe of your finger. For a preview of this slideViewController watch the YouTube video.

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DVSlideViewController

by Dick Verbunt

What is DVSlideViewController

DVSlideViewController is an view controller, witch allows you to slide view controllers in- and offscreen with a swipe of your finger.

watch a sample of DVSlideViewController on YouTube

Getting started

DVSlideViewController includes a demo application, showing how to create and configure an DVSlideViewController.

Essentially, DVSlideViewContoller is a UIViewController subclass.

The files you'll need to copy into your own project are in the 'DVSlideViewController' group in the Xcode project.

  1. Add QuartzCore.framework to your target
  2. Add DVSlideViewController.h, DVSlideViewController.m and grayBackground.png to your project

You also need to include QuartzCore to your project. The remaining files in the Xcode project are included for demonstration purposes only.

Working with DVSlideViewController

//DVSlideViewController
- (void)setViewController:(NSArray *)_viewControllers;
- (void)nextViewController;
- (void)prevViewController;

If you add DVSlideViewController.h to your childViewController self.slideViewController will become available.

Downloading the code

You can get DVSlideViewController on github.

License

DVSlideViewController is released under the BSD-License. So free of charge.

Support, bugs and feature requests

There is absolutely no support offered with this component. You're on your own! If you want to submit a feature request, please do so via the issue tracker on github.

If you want to submit a bug report, please also do so via the issue tracker, including a diagnosis of the problem and a suggested fix (in code). If you're using DVSlideViewController, you're a developer - so I expect you to do your homework and provide a fix along with each bug report. You can also submit pull requests or patches.

Please don't submit bug reports without fixes!

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