In-app URL routing was an excellent feature of the Three20 library that was popular several years back. URL routing was great because it allowed you to easily jump any screen by simply navigating to a url within your app.
Here’s an open source library from Propellor that brings back in-app routing inspired by Three20 to current apps.
As stated on the Propellor blog:
Long ago, there was an iOS library known as Three20. Among Three20’s many contributions was the TTNavigator, which allowed apps to be organized using URL-based routes. It was a pretty good idea, but got lost in the shuffle as Three20 fell by the wayside. Well, until now.
You can find Routable-iOS on Github here.
You can read more about Routable and how to use it over on the Propellor blog.
A very useful concept from the Three20 library brought back for newer versions of the iOS SDK.
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