Include like this:
In order to show up your own modal view, just do this:
And to hide:
A semi transparent 'cover' will be automatically put in to stop the user from interacting with the UI behind, so I recommend you set the background on your view to completely transparent.
Obviously you can create whatever semi-modal view you want, but a datepicker must be one of the most common usages, so I knocked up a class for that too.
This project also contains a datepicker view based off the TDSemiModal class.
The datepicker is quite simple to use - just create and display as before:
#import "TDDatePickerController.h" TDDatePickerController* datePickerView = [[TDDatePickerController alloc] initWithNibName:@"TDDatePickerController" bundle:nil]; datePickerView.delegate = self; [self presentSemiModalViewController:datePickerView];
Then you just need to catch the following actions in your delegate when the date is actually selected:
-(void)datePickerSetDate:(TDDatePickerController*)viewController; -(void)datePickerClearDate:(TDDatePickerController*)viewController; -(void)datePickerCancel:(TDDatePickerController*)viewController;