Even experienced Objective-c developers who knows how to show an alertView or an actionSheet, building up feedback trees can be a chore.
When you need to ask several questions, one after the other, from the same controller (ie: Do you prefer candies or chips? Chips => Salted or with Vinegar?), you need to keep some vars, telling you where you are in your survey, and dealing with the same delegate method for all questions.
LTModalDialog solves that problem for you:
- Invoke a dialog in 1 line of code
- Implements UIAlertView as a synchronous call, without stopping program execution or halting background process (like animations, sounds and so forth).
With LTModalDialog, you can also :
- Show a Modal Alert having an activity indicator, with or without button and make it disappear at the time you decide (for example after a load)
- Show a Modal Alert having a Progress View, with or without button, and make the progress moving (animated) the way you want (all in 2 lines of code)
- Easily show an action and get its answer back
- Create a complex form style inside an UIAlertView, easily
More coming soon:
- Easily deal with the new iOS6 UIActivityController component
- Show a Modal Alert presenting options to choose into a small UITableView included into the alert itself
- More available components for Complex Form Alert View
All of this using only one or two lines of code.
- The component itself
- A fully working demo app
- Documentation with samples & images that explain everything