JTProgressHUD is the new HUD designed to show YOUR views (eg. UIImageView animations) in the HUD style with one line of code. You can see many HUDs with easy implementation, but the idea is that you want that easy implementation with HUD style (background that block views below so the user knows that something is processing), but want to show YOUR animations/views (could be your app’s animated logo). By DEFAULT one animation is also included/built-in.
There are two ways to add the JTProgressHUD library to your project. Add it as a regular library or install it through CocoaPods.
You may also quick try the example project with
pod try JTProgressHUD
Library requires target iOS 7.0 and above
Works in both - Portrait and Landscape modes
Usage and Customization
JTProgressHUD is designed as a singleton so you don't have to care about it's instances. Just use class methods
- (void)show and
- (void)hide or its variations.
// Your custom view [JTProgressHUD showWithView:yourAnimationView]; // Built-in view [JTProgressHUD show];
View is your custom view (eg. Animated UIImageView or whatever you want). Style is the style of the background. Usually it is the dark color between the view and the rest of the app. Transition is showing and hiding transitions. BackgroundAlpha is the biggest alpha for the background. All parameters can be setup separately.
+ (void)showWithView:style:transition:backgroundAlpha:; + (void)show; + (void)showWithView:; + (void)showWithStyle:; + (void)showWithTransition:; + (void)showWithBackgroundAlpha:; + (void)hide; + (void)hideWithTransition:; + (BOOL)isVisible;
This library is open-sourced by Jakub Truhlar.
The MIT License (MIT) Copyright © 2015 Jakub Truhlar