The TimetableKit provides you with a timetable view that manages an ordered collection of events and presents them in the planned order.
A timetable view is made up of sections each with its own locations. Each location has one ore more event tiles. When adding a timetable view to your user interface, your app’s main job is to manage the event data associated with that timetable view.
The structure of the timetable includes the following components:
Event: Events are the elementary data for the timetable. An event is an entity which is defined by it's occurence in time specified by a time interval a name attribute and a location where it occures.
Location: A group of events associated with the same location where they occure.
Section: A number of locations which are grouped together by theme or motto. This can be anything, for a festival there could be one section for the stages and one for the food shops.
Sections are identified by their index number within the timetable view, and locations are identified by their index number within a section. Event tiles are identified by their index number within the location.
brew install jazzy
brew install bartycrouch
There is an ExampleApp for developing and testing which you can build using Xcode.
After installing the TimtableKit in your project you can use the TimetableView the same way you use the build-in UIViews. If you want to use the timetable in a SwiftUI based project you can see an example wrapper implementation. For more information about using UIViews within SwiftUI see UIViewRepresentable.
The timetable view is driven by the delegation pattern. After you created and installed the view the way you need it, the timetable will ask its delegate to determin what and how to display its content. You can implemen four different delegate protocols to influence the behavior of the timetable:
TimetableDataSourceas it provides the data to display.
TimetableDelegateallows you to react to the user interacting with the timetable and is also required to implement.
TimetableAppearanceDelegateyou can fine tune the timetables appearance.
TimetableClockallows the delegate to determin the current date and time displayed by the timetable.
Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager that builds your dependencies and provides you with binary frameworks. To integrate TimetableKit into your Xcode project using Carthage, specify it in your
github "Festivals-App/timetablekit-ios" ~> 0.1
The Swift Package Manager is a tool for automating the distribution of Swift code and is integrated into the
swift compiler. It is in early development, but TimetableKit does support its use on supported platforms.
Once you have your Swift package set up, adding TimetableKit as a dependency is as easy as adding it to the
dependencies value of your
dependencies: [ .package(url: "https://github.com/Festivals-App/timetablekit-ios.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "0.1")) ]
The TimetableKit is not coupled with other projects from the FestivalsApp and can be used within any other project unrelated to it. To find out more about architecture and technical information see the ARCHITECTURE document.
The full documentation for the FestivalsApp is in the festivals-documentation repository. The documentation repository contains technical documents, architecture information, UI/UX specifications, and whitepapers related to this implementation.
I welcome every contribution, whether it is a pull request or a fixed typo. The best place to discuss questions and suggestions regarding the timetable is the projects issues section. More general information and a good starting point if you want to get involved is the festival-documentation repository.
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