B4i Library iAlertView - the beautiful MsgBox alternative

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  1. JanPRO

    JanPRO Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Name: iAlertView

    Version: 1.01

    Description: iAlertView is a wrapper of FCAlertView and allows you to add AlertViews to your app's layout

    License: https://github.com/nimati/FCAlertView/blob/master/LICENSE

    Notes/Tips:


    Download "iAlertView 1.01.zip": http://bit.ly/2xFsMi6

    Feel free to ask questions ;)
     

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    Last edited: Sep 25, 2017
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Thank you! I've uploaded it to the hosted builders.
     
  3. tufanv

    tufanv Expert Licensed User

    Perfect ! These little libs helps us alot . This is a perfect one Thanks ! I will implement this to all my apps .
     
  4. tufanv

    tufanv Expert Licensed User

    Hello,

    I am always getting :

    *** -[NSBundle initWithURL:]: nil URL argument

    when I use code :
    Code:
    Dim alert As AlertView
        alert.Initialize(
    "Alert",Page1)
                alert.Title = 
    "Input"
                alert.Subtitle = 
    "Type something in :)"
                alert.Buttons = 
    Array("Cancel","Later")
                alert.AddTextField(
    "Blablabla ...")
                alert.ColorScheme = 
    Colors.Blue
                alert.Show
    what is wrong here ?
     
  5. JanPRO

    JanPRO Well-Known Member Licensed User

  6. tufanv

    tufanv Expert Licensed User

  7. Mike1970

    Mike1970 Member Licensed User

    Jan, your library is simply WONDERFUL.
    Could you please make an example about how to use the AddTextField property?
    I'm trying to popup an alert that ask for a decimal number. It would be another masterpiece if it could automatically mask the TextBox area (like avoid to type multiple commas or dots, for instance...)
    Is there a way to accomplish this task?

    Thank you in advance.
     
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