AquaProgressIndicatorSample

Aqua Progress indicator helps to keep the user engaged and updated with the progress you are making.

📺 Demo

AquaProgressIndicatorSample

📜 Installation Guide

Step 1: Download/Clone the AquaProgressIndicatorSample project.

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Step 2: Drag the AquaProgressIndicator folder from the sample project and drop that in your project.

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NOTE: Don't forget to check the "Copy items if needed" checkbox.

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Step 3: Add an Objective C bridging header if you don't have one and add the following in the bridging header file.

#import "DynamicWaterNode.h"

📃 Usage Guide

Step 1: Go to the storyboard and add a SKView object from the object Library.

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Step 2: Change the class name in the Identity inspector to AquaProgressIndicator.

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Step 3: Create an IBOutlet for the SKView from the storyboard.

@IBOutlet weak var aquaProgressIndicator: AquaProgressIndicator!

Step 4: Call addAquaScene() using the outlet.

aquaProgressIndicator.addAquaScene()

Step 5: Call changeWaterLevel(to level:CGFloat) with the progress value using the outlet.

aquaProgressIndicator.changeWaterLevel(to: CGFloat(sender.value))

🥞 Tech stack

Xcode, UIKit & SpriteKit.

🙏🏽 Credits

Steve Barnegren & Astemir Eleev aka jVirus.

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