Classes

The following classes are available globally.

  • This is the view class for each alarm button. It is a button with a label in it. The label contains the alarm time and state.

    It has a pulsing snore for sleeping.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    class TheBestClockAlarmView : UIControl
  • This is a special control that is normally invisible, and appears when the user starts a vertical pan. We use this to act as a brigthness slider for the clock. The top is the brightest, the bottom is the darkest. The view is updated with the current color from the main controller as it is panned.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    @IBDesignable
    class TheBestClockVerticalBrightnessSliderView : UIControl
  • The entire app is basically handled by this one big fat View Controller. The idea is that users don’t leave the context to do their settings.

    There are two screens that appear: The Appearance Editor (font, color), and the Alarm Editor (alarm time, activation, sound). These are actually hidden screens that appear over the main display screen.

    Yeah, it’s a big ugly mess. Read the README to find out why the app is configured this way.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    class MainScreenViewController : UIViewController, UIPickerViewDelegate, UIPickerViewDataSource, TheBestClockAlarmViewDelegate
  • This is a simple ViewController that manages the only other view controller in the app: The about box.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    class TheBestClockAboutScreenViewController : UIViewController
  • This is really just a placeholder. It does nothing but create a namespace.

    Declaration

    Swift

    class TheBestClockMainDisplayView : UIView