How many times did you hear about the pain it is to work with
storyboards in a team because it kills your SCM?
How much time did you spend loading big storyboard files in your slow machine?
Loctite arrives to help you split your
Main.storyboard unique file in several sub-storyboards, and acts as glue (Loctite's name comes from here ;)) to connect them.
And all of that without writing any line of code!!!
Loctite is available via CocoaPods, so you only need to include this line in your Podfile
After installing pod in your project, you only need to generate a dummy view controller on your storyboard, and connect it with a segue (rigth button and drag over it). A dialog as follows will appear, and you can choose between
loctite push or
loctite modal depending on which transition you like.
After that, you only need to set segue identifier to
[storyboard_file].[viewcontroller_identifier], for example, if you have another storyboard named
Second.storyboard, you should set segue identifier to
Second.recursiveVC, and it'll fire
recursiveVC view controller from this separated file. Easy, isn't it?
If you need a separator different from '.', you can specify it on your project's info.plist, using the key 'Loctite Separator'. This key will override the default one.
Example: using "Loctite Separator : _" in your info.plist, Loctite would expect your segue identifiers to be
Anyway, my recomendation is to inspect Demo project to see examples.
- Jorge Maroto (@patoroco).
Loctite is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.