Bypass 1.0.1

Bypass 1.0.1

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License Apache 2
ReleasedLast Release Dec 2014

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Bypass 1.0.1

  • By
  • Damian Carrillo and Colin Edwards

Bypass is a markdown library that can directly render markdown as stylized text in a UIView. It features nicely styled text, tappable links, and a smooth crossfade between representations for different device orientations.

There is also an Android version of this library, that shares the same core.

Requirements

Bypass requires iOS version 6.0 or greater.

Usage

Choose from either CocoaPods inclusion or git submodule inclusion for integrating Bypass into your project.

References

Git Submodules

You can find a sample project that integrates Bypass using Git submodules here.

  • Create your Xcode project and initialize your git repository.
  • Assuming you have a directory named Libraries, issue the command git submodule add [email protected]:Uncodin/bypass-ios.git Libraries/Bypass
  • Issue the command git submodule update --init --recursive
  • Open your Xcode project and drag the Libraries/Bypass/Bypass.xcodeproj into your project by dropping it into the Project Navigator
  • Navigate to your project's Build Settings
    • Add -ObjC to Other Linker Flags
  • Navigate to your project's Build Phases
    • Add Bypass as a target dependency
    • In the same tab, add QuartzCore.framework, CoreText.framework, and libBypass.a to the list of libraries to link against.

References

Usage

Bypass is very easy to use. An example usage follows:

CGRect markdownRect = CGRectMake(0.f, 0.f, 100.f, 100.f);
BPMarkdownView *markdownView = [[BPMarkdownView alloc] initWithFrame:markdownRect];

NSString *markdown = @"# Hello, world!"
                      ""
                      "This is my text body. There are many like it,     "
                      "but this one is mine.";

[markdownView setMarkdown:markdown];
[[self view] addSubview:markdownView];

Feel free to directly embed a BPMarkdownView in a Nib or Storyboard, but ensure that you have configured your Other Linker Flags to contain -ObjC if you do this.