|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
Maintained by Unclaimed.
|LOCLines of Code||99|
Allows for separate portrait and landscape views for the same view controller...using Nibs (Xib files).
Sometimes, it's nice to have a separate view for landscape and a separate view for portrait for your iOS app. Although it is encouraged that you use something like AutoLayout or Springs & Struts, they don't always do what you want them to. For a while, the alternative to these has been to handle setting up these views up in your code...but sometimes it's just nice to still be able to use nibs.
VBOrientationSpecificViewController allows you to specify the landscape and portrait nibs for your iOS devices and automatically loads and unloads the views on orientation changes. It also allows you to cache your views for faster presentation of your views.
An example iOS project has been included in this repository so you can see how to use this component.
You'll have to first subclass VBOrientationSpecificViewController. You can then configure the view with these options:
Name your nibs like these: YourViewController-portrait~iphone.xib YourViewController-landscape~iphone.xib YourViewController-portrait~ipad.xib YourViewController-landscape~ipad.xib
** Make sure to not set the view outlet in your nibs
Install this component using CocoaPods by adding the below to your project's Podfile:
pod install 'VBOrientationSpecificViewController', '~> 0.1.0'
I welcome any ideas in the form of emails, stars, and pull requests.