`JBSPopupView` is a simple subclass of `UIView` used to compose a modal popup window. The design is based on the mid to late 2012 popup design by Google for their login boxes in their iOS applications.
`JBSPopupView` allows you to simply present any sort of `UIView` as a modal popup. The included example iPhone application shows this readme in such a popup by passing a `UIScrollView`, with an embedded `UITextView`, to `JBSPopupView`. Given such a scroll view, the code necessary for showing a `JBSPopupView` is:
JBSPopupView *popup = [JBSPopupView popupWithView:scrollView]; [[self view] addSubview:popup];
`JBSPopupView` does not use Automatic Reference Counting (ARC).
Install the documentation into Xcode with the following steps:
- Open Xcode Preferences
- Choose Downloads
- Choose the Documentation tab
- Click the plus button in the bottom right and enter the following URL: http://docs.jrfom.com/com.jrfom.jbspoup.atom
- Click Install next the new row reading "JBSPopup Documentation".
Be sure you have the docset selected in the organizer to see results for JBSPopup.
You can also read the JBSPopup Documentation online.
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