I constantly make very small UI sub classes in my iOS apps to make it easy to display a certain type of label, button or text field.
I'm using Swift in my current project and when I wanted to make a sub class of UIImageView that displays a logo, I thought I'd try to get clever with enums in Swift.
The logo comes in different formats and it's practical to easily be able to render it in different sizes.
I wrapped the code in an Enum called
To use it, you'll need the protocol and extension I called
UIViewConvertible included with the gist above.
The following code, will produce the view shown below:
var l0 = LogoView.Large().View l0.center = CGPointMake(view.center.x, 150) var l1 = LogoView.Default().View l1.center = CGPointMake(view.center.x, 300) var l2 = LogoView.Symbol().View l2.center = CGPointMake(view.center.x, 400) view.addSubview(l0) view.addSubview(l1) view.addSubview(l2)
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