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Iphone SDK Button Click Go to View

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Hi all,

I have an app (iphone) and on a view I already have a button and an action applied to it.

Right now, when you click the button an Alert message will show up.

Basically I just want to remove the Alert message code and replace it with some code that will link to a UIView.

How can I do that please?

THanks
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Question by:error77
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by:gawhemant
ID: 35065837
Hello ,
Example code :
In the following code i have two view one is login and another is forgot password.
on click of forgot password button i am performing following action
1)Remove login view from superview
2) Adding sub view as new forgot password view  in the same view.
-(IBAction)onForgot:(id)sender
{
      [loginView removeFromSuperview];
      forgotPasswordView.backgroundColor = [UIColor clearColor];  //optional depends on design
      [forgotPasswordEmailTextField becomeFirstResponder]; //requirement
      [self.view addSubview:forgotPasswordView];
}

If you want any other help tell me i am available.

Regards ,
Hemant
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by:error77
ID: 35067959
So if I was to use something like this on it's own:

 [self.view addSubview:MyView];

would that work on it's own?

I find it really hard to do things the mac way.

On interface builder it would be great to add your buttons, then double click on the button and enter the code just there...

Just like every piece of software I've ever worked for. :o/

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by:gawhemant
ID: 35068394
Hello,

You want to switch from one view to another on click of the button.So you will need to create two views one will be displayed and one will be added as an subview on click of the button ie at IBAction

Regards
Hemant
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by:error77
ID: 35068823
So the totally minimum code involved would be:

1. create 2 views
2. Add the buttons to the views on IB
3. add the IBAction to the .h files
4. add the IBAction code to the .m file with the    [self.view addSubview:MyView2]; in it.
5. link the buttons to the IBAction actions?

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gawhemant earned 500 total points
ID: 35068946
Yes This could work you can implement the similar code which i have given you for IBAction.
One more thing define those views as well in .h files.
in .h file
   IBOutlet UIView *firstView;
IBOutlet UIView *secondview;

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And remove 1st on click of button and then addsubview.

Regards,
Hemant
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by:error77
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Great! THanks
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