TOPasscodeViewController


Introduction

TOPasscodeViewController is a customizable and easy-to-use passcode view controller for iOS applications. It allows developers to add passcode functionality to their apps effortlessly, providing a secure way for users to protect their data and enhance privacy.


Installation

To install TOPasscodeViewController in your project, follow these steps:

  1. Open Terminal and navigate to your project’s directory.
  2. Run the following command to install the library using CocoaPods:
pod 'TOPasscodeViewController'


Usage

Using TOPasscodeViewController is straightforward. Follow the steps below to integrate passcode functionality into your app:

  1. Import the TOPasscodeViewController module into your view controller:
import TOPasscodeViewController
  1. Create an instance of the TOPasscodeViewController:
let passcodeViewController = TOPasscodeViewController()
  1. Set up the passcode configuration (e.g., passcode length, appearance, etc.):
passcodeViewController.configuration = TOPasscodeConfiguration()
  1. Present the passcode view controller:
present(passcodeViewController, animated: true, completion: nil)

You can customize various aspects of the passcode view controller, such as appearance, validation rules, and callbacks.


Customization

TOPasscodeViewController offers flexibility for customization. You can modify various properties of the passcode view controller to suit your app’s design and requirements.

The following properties of TOPasscodeConfiguration can be adjusted:

  1. passcodeLength: The length of the passcode (default: 4).
  2. appearance:

    • backgroundColor: The background color of the passcode view (default: white).
    • foregroundColor: The text and button color (default: black).
    • cancelButtonColor: The color of the cancel button (default: red).
  3. validationRules:

    • minimumLength: The minimum length required for a valid passcode (default: 4).
    • maximumLength: The maximum length allowed for a valid passcode (default: 8).
  4. callbacks:

    • onPasscodeEntered: A closure/block executed when the user completes entering the passcode.
    • onPasscodeCancelled: A closure/block executed when the user cancels entering the passcode.

An example of configuring the passcode view controller:

let configuration = TOPasscodeConfiguration()
configuration.appearance.backgroundColor = .white
configuration.appearance.foregroundColor = .black
configuration.validationRules.minimumLength = 6

passcodeViewController.configuration = configuration


Examples

Here are a few examples to showcase the usage of TOPasscodeViewController:

Example 1: Basic Usage

In this example, we demonstrate the basic usage of TOPasscodeViewController:

// Import the module
import TOPasscodeViewController

// Create an instance
let passcodeViewController = TOPasscodeViewController()

// Present the passcode view controller
present(passcodeViewController, animated: true, completion: nil)

Example 2: Customization

In this example, we showcase the customization options available for TOPasscodeViewController:

// Import the module
import TOPasscodeViewController

// Create an instance
let passcodeViewController = TOPasscodeViewController()

// Configure the passcode view controller
let configuration = TOPasscodeConfiguration()
configuration.appearance.backgroundColor = .white
configuration.appearance.foregroundColor = .black
configuration.validationRules.minimumLength = 6

passcodeViewController.configuration = configuration

// Present the passcode view controller
present(passcodeViewController, animated: true, completion: nil)


Conclusion

TOPasscodeViewController simplifies the process of adding passcode functionality to your iOS app. With its customizable options, developers can easily integrate secure passcode protection for better user privacy and data security.

Explore the various customization options available and choose what best fits your app’s requirements. Get started with TOPasscodeViewController today!