iPhone: Fade transition between two RootViewControllers

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北海茫月 2021-02-20 19:07

Obj-C or MonoTouch C# answers are fine.

The initial UIWindow\'s RootViewController is a simple login screen.


  • 2021-02-20 19:33

    This is MT code of @Robert Ryan's technique (although I agree with his suggestion that theAppScreen is probably the "correct" RootViewController):

    void DissolveIn (UIWindow window, UIViewController newController)
      newController.ModalTransitionStyle = UIModalTransitionStyle.CrossDissolve;
      window.RootViewController.PresentViewController (newController, true, () => 
        window.RootViewController.DismissViewController (false, null);
        window.RootViewController = newController;
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  • 2021-02-20 19:42

    I might suggest a different approach that will get you your animation. Just go to the theAppScreen controller first, and if you need the user to log in, have it do the presentViewController to get to the loginScreen (you don't have to animate this step if you want it look like it went directly to the login screen). That way, when you've successfully logged in, the loginScreen can just dismissViewControllerAnimated and you've got your animation back to the main theAppScreen. (Obviously, if you want the fade effect, don't forget to set the controller's modalTransitionStyle to UIModalTransitionStyleCrossDissolve.)

    If you're dead set on changing your rootViewController, the only way I can think of doing it (and I don't like it) would be to do something like:

    MainAppViewController *controller = [[MainAppViewController alloc] initWithNibName:@"MainAppViewController" bundle:nil];
    // animate the modal presentation
    controller.modalTransitionStyle = UIModalTransitionStyleCrossDissolve;
    [self.window.rootViewController presentViewController:controller 
        // and then get rid of it as a modal
        [controller dismissViewControllerAnimated:NO completion:nil];
        // and set it as your rootview controller
        self.window.rootViewController = controller;

    The first technique seems much cleaner to me.

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  • 2021-02-20 19:44

    You can do this:

    window.RootViewController = theAppScreen;
    loginScreen.modalTransitionStyle = UIModalTransitionStyleCrossDissolve;
    [theAppScreen presentModalViewController:loginScreen animated:NO];

    loginScreen can dismiss itself when done: [self dismissModalViewControllerAnimated:YES];

    The NO on the first animation will make the loginScreen appear without any visibility of the theAppScreen beneath it. The animated = YES on completion will provide the cross-dissolve.

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