MLTableAlert is a block-based UIAlertView replacement which allows you to show table view in alerts for fast selection.
MLTableAlert is completely based on UIView and it isn't a custom subclass of UIAlertView. It supports ARC and is compatible with iOS SDK 5.0 or later.
Here are some features:
Block-based, no more delegates required.
table property to access to the table view.
completionBlock property to configure actions which have to be performed when Cancel button is pressed
selectionBlock property to configure actions which have to be performed when a row in table view is pressed
- Custom height settings
Landscape e orientation support for iPad
- Table alert creation through class or init method
- Table view customization managed by blocks: style your cells as you want
- Beautiful animations
- UIAlertView-like interface
Retina ready and compatible with iPhone, iPod and iPad
This is how the alert looks like:
Use MLTableAlert in your projects
- Download the latest code version from the repository (using the Download Source button or your preferred command-line tool).
- If you have to, extract the archive.
- All you need is contained in the MLTableAlert Files folder.
- Drag it to your project and make sure that the option Copy items is checked.
- Add QuartzCore framework to your project.
A demo project, called MLTableAlertDemo, is included so you will see how to use this class.
The license for this source code is included in the Source Code License file.
It's a BSD-like license with attribution: you can use this code in your projects, even if they are commercial or closed-source; you only need to credit me!
For warranties and other info about this code, read the license file.
Version 1.3 @ July 3rd, 2013
- Cancel button can also be omitted to show an alert for mandatory selection
- Cancel button drawing improvements
- Fixed typo and version numbers
Version 1.2 @ March 30th, 2013
- Landscape and Orientation support for iPad
- Bug fix
Version 1.1 @ December 31st, 2012
- Custom height settings: now you can set your preferred height to the alert
- Changed properties to instance variables in initialization methods
Version 1.0 @ December 22nd, 2012
- Initial release: probably there are some bugs and the code could be improved…
I'm here to hear your requests or issues and I hope this code will simplify your developer life!
Matteo Del Vecchio
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