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Johann Dowa

Example: Creating Facebook Inspired Swipe-To-Reveal Back Menus

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I’ve mentioned a few components inspired by Facebook’s Creative Labs applications most recently Swift Panoramic which provides a component for displaying panoramic photos with tilt gesture based control.

Here’s an example project BackMenu from Guy Kahlon inspired by Facebook’s Paper, Slingshot and Groups Apps that show’s how to create swipe to reveal pop-in menus.

BackMenu includes a simple library that you can use to display your own UIWindow as a pop-in view and shows how to lay out your project within storyboards so that your view automatically pops-in from the background when the view is swiped, and closes when the user taps outside the menu.

This animation shows BackMenu in action:
BackMenu

You can find BackMenu on Github here.

A nice example on how to create neat swipe-to-reveal menus.


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