JASidePanels is a UIViewController container designed for presenting a center panel with revealable side panels - one to the left and one to the right. The main inspiration for this project is the menuing system in Path 2.0 and Facebook's iOS apps.
A UIViewController subclass for presenting two view controllers inspired on the FaceBook app, done right!
Reveal view controller implemented using view controller containment, done right!.
API is easier than a UINavigationController.
Correctly handles appearance methods on its child controllers that you can rely on.
Correctly handles rotations.
Can be embedded as a child view controller of other controllers, it just works, no glitches, no interface artifacts, no initialization issues, no rotation or resizing problems.
Seamless integration of pan gesture recognizer, behaving as smooth as silk.
Includes a category method of UIViewController 'revealViewController' to get the parent SWRevealViewController of any child controller. Similar to the UIViewController's property 'navigationController'.
Light weight, Clean, Easy to read, self explaining code you will enjoy using in your projects.
"After reviewing other stacked implementations, i wrote my own solutions from scratch. This one lets you add plain UIViewControllers to a PSStackedViewRootViewController, working much like a UINavigationController."
This is a new controller container, showing views on the side like the Facebook or Path app. It is as easy to use as a navigation controller. Sometimes, you need to push a new controller to show some options, but a small controller would be enough … PPRevealSideViewController is THE controller you need.
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