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Description

Nice and easy UIAlertController extensions

Code Quality Rank: L5
Programming language: Swift
License: MIT License
Tags: UI     Alert     iOS    

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README

SwiftAlertController

(Inspired by EZAlertController (https://github.com/thellimist/EZAlertController))

Nice and easy UIAlertController extensions

  • One line setup for alert controllers
  • Chainable alert controller setup
  • Chainable alert actions

Installation

Just drop the SwiftAlertController.swift file into your project

Usage

Alert

// Simple alert view with an `OK` buton
UIAlertController.alert("Title") 

// Simple alert view with a additional message
UIAlertController.alert("Title", message: "Message") 

// Simple alert view with a customized action on button click
UIAlertController.alert("Title") { _ in
    print("Button clicked")
}

// Fully configurable alert view
UIAlertController.alert("Title", message: "Message", acceptMessage: "Done") { _ in
    print("Done clicked")
})

// Create a Alert with multiple buttons
UIAlertController.alert("Title")
    .action(title: "Ok") // Simple action 
    .action(title: "Do something") { _ in // Action with handler
        print("done something")
    }
    .action(title: "Destruct something", style: .destructive) { _ in // Action with handler and other style
        print("all wrecked")
    }
    .cancelable() { _ in // A Cancel button
        print("canceled")
    }

// Or use a old school array for it
UIAlertController.alert("Title", message: "Message", actions: alertAction)

// Or a closure
UIAlertController.alert("Title", message: "Message") {
    UIAlertAction(title: "Action1")
        .appending(title: "Action2")
        .appending(title: "Action3")
}

ActionSheet

// Initalize a simple ActionSheet
UIAlertController.sheet("Title")

// Initialize an ActionSheet with additional message
UIAlertController.sheet("Title", message: "Message")

// Initialize a action sheet with chaining
UIAlertController.sheet("Test")
    .action(title: "Ok")
    .action(title: "Do something") { _ in
        print("done something")
    }
    .action(title: "Destruct something", style: .destructive) { _ in
        print("all wrecked")
    }
    .cancelable() { _ in
        print("canceled")
    }

// Or use an UIAlertAction array (see how you can just drop the message)
UIAlertController.sheet("Title", actions: alertActions)

// Or use a closure for the initialization
UIAlertController.sheet("Title", message: "Message") {
    UIAlertAction(title: "Action1")
        .appending(title: "Action2")
        .appending(title: "Action3")
}

UIAlertAction

(now chainable)


// Append actions
let alertActions = UIAlertAction(title: "Action1") { _ in
    print("Action1 clicked")
}
.appending(title: "Action2") { _ in
    print("Action2 clicked")
}
.appending(title: "Action3") { _ in
    print("Action3 clicked")
}

// Initialize an UIAlertAction without the style
UIAlertAction(title: "Title") { _ in
    print("clicked")
}