This framework allows you to present just any view as an action sheet. In addition, it allows you to add actions arround the presented view which behave like a button and can be tapped by the user. The result looks very much like an UIActionSheet or UIAlertController with a special UIView and some UIActions attached.

RMActionController also contains two special actions (RMImageAction and RMScrollableGroupedAction) which allow to build a share sheet which looks very much like the UIActivityViewController. In addition, RMActionController can be configured to look like the new buy sheet which can be found in the iOS 11 App Store.

Screenshots

White

Custom View Image Actions Map Sheet
Custom Image Map Sheet

Black

Custom View Image Actions Map Sheet
Custom Image Map Sheet

Landscape

RMActionController supports automatic rotation between portrait and landscape.

Usage

For a detailed description on how to use RMActionController take a look at the Wiki Pages. The following four steps are a very short intro:

  • Create your own subclass of RMActionController. Let's create one for presenting a map and let's call it RMMapActionController:
@interface RMMapActionController : RMActionController<MKMapView *>
@end
  • In this subclass overwrite the initializer to add your own content view (for example to add a map as content view):
@implementation RMMapActionController

- (instancetype)initWithStyle:(RMActionControllerStyle)aStyle title:(NSString *)aTitle message:(NSString *)aMessage selectAction:(RMAction *)selectAction andCancelAction:(RMAction *)cancelAction {
    self = [super initWithStyle:aStyle title:aTitle message:aMessage selectAction:selectAction andCancelAction:cancelAction];
    if(self) {
        self.contentView = [[MKMapView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectZero];
        self.contentView.translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = NO;

        NSDictionary *bindings = @{@"mapView": self.contentView};
        [self.contentView addConstraints:[NSLayoutConstraint constraintsWithVisualFormat:@"[mapView(>=300)]" options:0 metrics:nil views:bindings]];
        [self.contentView addConstraints:[NSLayoutConstraint constraintsWithVisualFormat:@"V:[mapView(200)]" options:0 metrics:nil views:bindings]];
    }
    return self;
}

@end
  • Present your custom RMActionController:
- (IBAction)openActionController:(id)sender {
    RMAction *selectAction = [RMAction<MKMapView *> actionWithTitle:@"Select" style:RMActionStyleDone andHandler:^(RMActionController<MKMapView *> *controller) {
        NSLog(@"Action controller selected location: %f, %f", controller.contentView.centerCoordinate.latitude, controller.contentView.centerCoordinate.longitude);
    }];

    RMAction *cancelAction = [RMAction<MKMapView *> actionWithTitle:@"Cancel" style:RMActionStyleCancel andHandler:^(RMActionController<MKMapView *> *controller) {
        NSLog(@"Action controller was canceled");
    }];

    RMMapActionController *actionController = [RMMapActionController actionControllerWithStyle:RMActionControllerStyleWhite title:@"Test" message:@"This is a map action controller.\nPlease select a location and tap 'Select' or 'Cancel'." selectAction:selectAction andCancelAction:cancelAction];

    //Now just present the action controller using the standard iOS presentation method
    [self presentViewController:actionController animated:YES completion:nil];
}
  • In case you really want to present a map you may want to disable blur effects for the map (as otherwise it will show as black):
@implementation RMMapActionController

- (BOOL)disableBlurEffectsForContentView {
    return YES;
}

@end

Migration

See Migration on how to migrate to the latest version of RMActionController.

Documentation

There is an additional documentation available provided by the CocoaPods team. Take a look at cocoadocs.org.

Requirements

Compile Time Runtime
Xcode 7 iOS 8
iOS 9 SDK
ARC

Note: ARC can be turned on and off on a per file basis.

Apps using this control

Using this control in your app or know anyone who does?

Feel free to add the app to this list: Apps using RMActionController

Credits

  • Hannes Tribus (Bugfixes)
  • normKei (Destructive button type)

I want to thank everyone who has contributed code and/or time to this project!

License (MIT License)

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