|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
Maintained by Unclaimed.
|LOCLines of Code||449|
The preferred method is cocoapods, www.cocoapods.org, which you would then
#import <TLAlertView/TLAlertView.h>, or you can just drop in TLAlertView.h wherever you need it and include the QuartzCore framework
and thats it!
You can also specify the type of animation using the
TLAnimationType property, or just ignore it and use the default animation.
All of the colors are able to be customized as well, and also respond to
Use as a replacement for UIAlertView wherever you need it.
If you use TLAlertView and you like it, feel free to let me know, [email protected]. If you have any issue or want to make improvements, submit a pull request.
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